Lufthansa to increase Dublin-Munich flights

Lufthansa to increase Dublin-Munich flights

German airliner Lufthansa is set to almost double the number of flights on Dublin-Munich route.

The company, which currently operates a daily service to Munich, will fly 13 times per week from the end of March 2017.

Lufthansa has been operating at Dublin Airport since 1972.

Eight flights into and out of Dublin airport were among those affected in the recent industrial action by pilots att he airline.

Lufthansa cancelled 890 worldwide as pilots continue to strike in a row over wages. Lufthansa says around 98,000 passengers on short and long-haul journeys are affected.

The Cockpit union has been staging walkouts with 24 hours' notice.

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