(FILES) This file photo taken on April 2, 2014 shows aircrafts of German airline Lufthansa standing in park position at the airport in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany. / AFP / DANIEL ROLAND
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Lufthansa and its main cabin crew union have agreed preliminary deals on pay and pensions and have come up with a mediation scheme for other areas of dispute that will see cabin crew strikes ruled out until the end of June, they said Friday.Lufthansa and the cabin crew union UFO have been at loggerheads over a range of issues from pay, pensions, conditions and early retirement benefits, culminating in November when the union staged the longest ever strike in the German carrier's history.
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