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Report: German cabin crew union plans strike after failed talks with Lufthansa

The cabin crew union of Germany, Unabhängige Flugbegleiter Organisation, or UFO, said Dec. 22 that its members could go on strike soon, as arbitration talks with Deutsche Lufthansa AG were unsuccessful, media outlets including Reuters reported, citing a statement by spokesman Nicoley Baublies.

The union does not plan to disrupt passengers' plans between Dec. 24-26, Reuters reported, citing Baublies, who did not rule out "industrial action" Dec. 23.

UFO's discussions with the airline were regarding pay, pensions and the status of the union, whose leaders' election according to Lufthansa did not abide by legal requirements, Reuters added.

Separately, Lufthansa said it was planning another round of discussions in January, according to Reuters.