Lufthansa shareholders yesterday agreed to the €9bn bailout package, as one air cargo executive voiced approval of the carrier’s decision to outsource general cargo handling at its Frankfurt hub.
This week the German carrier said Fiege would take on day-to-day operations for general cargo at its Frankfurt Cargo Centre, but it would keep control of special products.
Stan Wraight, head of consultancy SASI, and who has been leading the charge for airlines …
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