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Frankfurt, Germany - German flag carrier Lufthansa has announced that it would resume flights to 20 destinations from Mid-June. The airline is currently in talks with the German government over a 9 billion euro ($9.8 billion) bailout plan.

According to the plan, Lufthansa will begin to fly to Mallorca, Crete, Rhodes, Faro, Venice, Ibiza and Malaga from Frankfurt next month.

The flight expansion comes less than two weeks after Lufthansa unveiled plans to resume flights to destinations including Los Angeles, Toronto and Mumbai from June, as it begins to restore business that was virtually shut down by the coronavirus crisis.

The airline said on Thursday it was in advanced talks with the German government over ceding a 20 percent stake in exchange for the cash injection.

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