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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Lufthansa AG <LHAG.DE> said air traffic would be back to normal on Tuesday after a one-day strike grounded almost all of the airline's flights on Monday.
Flights should be according to schedule and any disruptions should be an exception, the carrier said in a statement on Monday.
Earlier on Monday, Lufthansa, Germany's largest airline, cancelled nearly all of its flights because of a second strike in a month over workers' pay.
(Reporting by Ludwig Burger; editing by Edward Taylor)