Lufthansa criticizes lack of modernization at Munich Airport

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German airline Lufthansa has complained about a lack of innovation at the Munich Airport, the second-largest hub for the flagship carrier. Lufthansa Airline’s chief operating officer, Karl Brandes, said on Tuesday evening that management at Munich Airport has not made the same kind of progress in recruiting personnel and modernizing processes as Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport. Brandes acknowledged the current difficulty in hiring new staff, saying Lufthansa itself faces similar challenges, but that the airline has tried to support partners at hub airports in their search for workers. In ad…

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