Germain airline Lufthansa has extended the suspension of its flights to Iran’s capital Tehran as the situation in the Middle East continues to remain unstable, with Iran suspected to retaliate after a suspected Israeli air strike on Iran’s embassy located in Syria, Reuters reported. The suspension is reportedly to be until around April 13. It remains to be seen if other airlines will follow suit. Additionally, the airline and trade union UFO have reached an agreement over a long-term collective pay deal for its approximately 19,000 cabin crew. Wages will gradually increase to 16.5% (with interest effect 17.4%) with the collective

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