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[商业新闻] 2014-04-08&04-10 德国汉莎航空因飞行员大罢工取消3800个航班

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This is Terminal One here at Frankfurt International Airport. This is Lufthansa check-in. Normally it would be bustling with passengers checking in the flights. But of course, because of the three days’ strike, Lufthansa says more than 400,000 passengers are being inconvenienced, ‘coz they had to cancel 3,800 flights. There has been a smattering of flights going, some of them are with Star Alliance. So many people have booked hotels in the region. I can tell you it’s very hard indeed, to get a hotel room here in Frankfurt airport. But one thing I will say is that because of the few flights that have been taken off, I have seen a flight to Brussels, Doha and China.

During day one of the strike, hundreds of pilots have marched from the airport to here, Lufthansa’s regional headquarters at Frankfurt airport. The Pilot Union and Lufthansa both tell me there are no talks currently planned to try to resolve the issue.

“We don’t think that it’s a good way for the whole German society to break down all the social security contracts we have here, just to compete with China or with Golf Airlines. We will never be able to compete with them because the differences in taxation and social security are so big that it’s just impossible.”

“I think we well prepared, information is running well, we’ve sent boxes with 200,000 SMS to our customers and…but it’s nevertheless not a good day for Lufthansa. I really hope that we are going to negotiate and everything in negotiation is based on compromises and goodwill. And I hope that we are going to see this from both sides soon.”

Now Lufthansa vows that this check-in desk will be busy once again come Saturday when the airline plans to resume four operations. But unless both sides return to the bargaining table and strike a deal, it’s likely that Lufthansa’s pilots could strike once again.

Jim Boulden, CNN, Frankfurt Airport.

[Homework]2014-04-08&04-10 德国汉莎航空因飞行员大罢工取消3800个航班

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This is terminal one here at Franfurt international airport, this is Lufthansa's check in, normally it would be bustling with passengers checking in the flights, but of course because of the three days strike, Lufthansa says more than 400,000 passengers are being inconvenienced because they have to cancel 3,800 flights, there have been a smattering of flights going, some of them are Wistar lines, so many people have booked hotels in the region, i can tell you it's very hard indeed to get a hotel room here in Frankfurt airport, but one thing i will say is that because of the few flights have been taking off, i have seen a flight to Brussels, Doha and J. During day one of the strike, hundreds of pilots have marched from the airport to here Lufthansa's regional headquaters at Frankfurt airport, the pilot union and Lufthansa both tell me there are no talks currently planned to try to resolve the issue.
We don't think that's a good way for the whole German society to break down all the social security contracts we have here, just to compete with China, or with Golf airlines, we will never be able to compete with them because the differences in taxation and social security is so big, that's just impossible.
I think we well prepared the information is running well, we have sent approximately 200,000 sms to our customers, but it's neverthless not a good day for Lufthansa, i really hope that we are going to negotiate and everything negotiate is based on compromises and good will, and i hope that we are going to see this from both sides soon.
Now Lufthansa vows these check in desks will be busy once again coming Saturday when the airline plans to resume full operations, but unless both sides return to the bargaining table and strike a deal, it's likely that Lufthansa's pilots could strike once again.
Jim Boulden CNN, Frankfurt airport.

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