Lufthansa hiring again, has 4,000 vacancies
Jan 2, 2011, 15:58 GMT
Berlin - German airline Lufthansa is hiring again after the recession and wants to fill 4,000 vacancies in Germany alone, according to a report to appear Monday in the newspaper Bild.
The German mass-circulation paper quoted incoming chief executive Christoph Franz as saying the flag carrier was back on the growth trail.
At its two biggest hubs, Frankfurt and Munich, it is seeking 2,200 flight attendants. The airline is also advertising for 270 trainee pilots. Europe's biggest airline has an overall workforce of 117,000 worldwide, just over half in Germany.
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