Lufthansa pilots could go on strike because of a lack of salary increases

Pilots at Germany-based airline Lufthansa said Sunday most are ready to go on strike after calls for pay rises were ignored by the airline following a mass vote.

For 2023, the Vereinigung Cockpit union is demanding a salary increase of 5.5% and an updated inflation adjustment. The vote showed that 97.6% of the pilots agreed with the possible strike.

The VC board of the pilots’ union Marcel Groels said in a statement that the vote “does not necessarily lead to strike action, but it is an unmistakable signal to Lufthansa that it takes the concerns of the cockpit crew seriously.”

“We’re showing that we’re ready to talk,” he added.

Salary negotiations for pilots have been discussed six times, but Lufthansa has still not made any actual offers, according to the union.

Lufthansa is also dealing with issues with its other employees working on site, which led to a strike last week. This strike resulted in the cancellation of 1,000 flights.

Staff shortages have also recently forced the airline to cancel thousands of flights.

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