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>> Planes grounded for the fourth day. 30,000 passengers affected on Saturday alone. The Lufthansa pilots' union rejecting the German airline's latest pay offer on Friday, but committing to come back to work on Sunday. That's not the end of it though. The pilots' union threatening to strike again and again, until it receives a better offer.
Lufthansa says it has made a new offer to try and break the deadlock. Spokesman Martin Leutke telling media they are always ready to talk. Following Wednesday's walkout, the 14th since 2014, thousands of flights were cancelled. Hundreds of thousands of passengers facing lengthy delays. On Saturday, all long-haul flights out of Germany until midnight affected.
Flights scheduled as normal from Sunday, although Lufthansa warning via Twitter, some may still be cancelled.