Cabin crew at Lufthansa staged a second day of walkouts on Saturday, but the German airline was expecting a strike-free day on Sunday. 

On the second day of a planned week of protests over failed pension talks, Lufthansa cancelled 520 short-haul flights, affecting 50,000 passengers, virtually all of the flights operated by its main Lufthansa brand out of Frankfurt. 

Lufthansa spokesman Andreas Bartels told Reuters TV that long-haul flights were operating as planned.

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