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Lufthansa flights back to normal after staff walkout

BERLIN--Lufthansa services were mainly back to normal Saturday after a 24-hour staff walkout that grounded half the airline's flights in Germany ended with agreement to call in a mediator.

In a key concession in talks with unions Friday as cabin crew struck, Europe's biggest airline also agreed not to employ cheap contract workers in Berlin.

Until the mediator has reached a decision, expected before the signing of new wage agreements Wednesday, there will be no more walkouts from Saturday, Lufthansa said late Friday.

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