Out of its roughly 3,000 scheduled flights, 876 would be cancelled due to the strike, "affecting some 100,000 passengers".
23 november, 11:22Lufthansa cancels 876 flights over pilot strike
01 september, 13:35Crowdfunding site launches in Singapore and Hong Kong
16 may, 15:46Total launches gas project in Britain's Shetlands
04 may, 15:07Glencore cuts copper, zinc production to counter glut
27 april, 16:19Comcast in talks to acquire Dreamworks for $3 bn
20 april, 16:11American tech giants under EU cosh
28 march, 14:45Al-Jazeera says to cut around 500 jobs
03 march, 17:37Emirates postpones launch of world's longest flight
23 february, 14:47'Brexit' would 'threaten jobs', warn UK business leaders
05 january, 19:08Chinese conglomerate to buy stake in Hollywood studio
24 december 2015, 16:54Mitsubishi Heavy postpones delivery of first made-in-Japan jet
21 december 2015, 12:26Australia's Westfield offloads five US malls
28 november 2015, 16:03Facebook ramps paid leave time for new dads
25 november 2015, 17:42Gazprom says halts Ukraine gas deliveries over Kiev non-payment
25 november 2015, 15:27Kazakhstan's national companies face major restructuring
20 november 2015, 12:20Facebook tests tools for dealing with former loves
20 november 2015, 11:27VW puts off China investment amid costly emissions scandal
17 november 2015, 12:55National Champions to increase Kazakhstan's exports and GDP
13 november 2015, 16:01Facebook tests vanishing messages
12 november 2015, 18:49Kazakhstan's Kaspi Bank acquires status of bank holding company
12 november 2015, 11:53UniCredit, feeling squeeze from low rates, cuts 18,200 jobs
11 november 2015, 16:33EU gives Volkswagen 10 days to clarify CO2 irregularities
10 november 2015, 17:10France wants Renault-Nissan 'operational integration', no merger: minister
10 november 2015, 16:42Peugeot Citroёn launches full-cycle automobile production in Kazakhstan
10 november 2015, 15:55Tag Heuer unveils high-end rival to Apple Watch
10 november 2015, 11:28Belgian court gives Facebook 48 hours to stop tracking Internet users
10 november 2015, 10:33Fitch slashes VW ratings over poor management of pollution fraud
09 november 2015, 12:51French PM says opposed to Renault, Nissan merger
06 november 2015, 12:15Facebook soars to new heights on upbeat earnings
05 november 2015, 14:07Moody's cuts VW's credit rating amid emissions scandal
04 november 2015, 14:45VW sales in United States hit by emissions scandal
29 october 2015, 15:51Samsung unveils $10bn share buyback with Q3 profit surge
28 october 2015, 15:57Facebook's Zuckerberg in India to get 'next billion online'
27 october 2015, 13:23Facebook expands smartphone alerts to news, weather
23 october 2015, 12:36Instagram short 'Boomerang' videos aim to hook users
23 october 2015, 12:31Italy's Fendi sets up home in fascist folly
20 october 2015, 16:35Apple Music boasts 6.5 mn subscribers
17 october 2015, 15:58Former Microsoft CEO Ballmer discloses Twitter stake
15 october 2015, 14:51EU clears chipmaker Intel's $16.7 bn buyout of Altera
13 october 2015, 16:59Facebook to test mobile app shopping tab
09 october 2015, 15:10Facebook says no to 'dislike' button but tests 'sad' and 'angry' ones
09 october 2015, 14:07Amazon opens online shop for handmade goods
08 october 2015, 14:41Google aims to get news to smartphones faster
08 october 2015, 13:24Russia's Gazprom delays pipeline project amid Turkey tensions
07 october 2015, 16:1891,000 vehicles in Australia affected by VW cheating
07 october 2015, 16:09Crisis-hit Russia toiling to keep factory towns alive
07 october 2015, 15:39Facebook blow as EU court quashes transatlantic data deal
02 october 2015, 16:04Bankruptcy 'only option' for Russia's Transaero airline: minister
01 october 2015, 15:50VW revs up recall plan, hunts for culprits in pollution scam
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