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Air Berlin Administrator Sues Etihad For 2 Billion EUR

    Air Berlin Administrator Sues Etihad For 2 Billion EUR

LONDON – The insolvency administrator for Air Berlin is to sue Etihad Airways up to 2 billion EUR according to a Berlin court. The suit is due to Etihad’s decision

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In Memoriam: The Airlines We Lost in 2017

    In Memoriam: The Airlines We Lost in 2017

MIAMI — With 2017 behind our backs, and a fresh new year ahead of us, it is time we take a look at the carriers we lost in 2017. Harsh

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Lufthansa: European Leviathan

    Lufthansa: European Leviathan

MIAMI – The news that Lufthansa Group has entered a bid for part of Alitalia raises the question: Just how much bigger can the German flag-carrier get? Over the past

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Op-Ed: What Happens When An Outsider takes the reins at Etihad Airways?

    Op-Ed: What Happens When An Outsider takes the reins at Etihad Airways?

MIAMI — The announcement, when it came, was something of a shock.  The new Group Chief Executive of Etihad Aviation Group will not be an airline professional. The decision on

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Lufthansa Starts Service from New York’s JFK to Berlin

    Lufthansa Starts Service from New York’s JFK to Berlin

MIAMI – Lufthansa launched yesterday a nonstop service between New York’s JFK and Berlin. This is Lufthansa’s first long-haul flight

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Air Berlin Bids Farewell To Long Haul With Impressive Maneuver, Pilots get Suspended (Updated)

    Air Berlin Bids Farewell To Long Haul With Impressive Maneuver, Pilots get Suspended (Updated)

MIAMI — An Air Berlin Airbus A330-200 operating the airline’s last transatlantic flight, performed a dramatic go-around maneuver over Dusseldorf

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Eurowings to Launch 36 New, Some Ex-Air Berlin Routes

    Eurowings to Launch 36 New, Some Ex-Air Berlin Routes

MIAMI — Lufthansa’s subsidiary, Eurowings, will launch 36 new routes in January 2018. Last month, the German low-cost carrier opened reservations

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Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

    Analysis: Air Berlin Was Always a Lost Cause

BERLIN – Troubled German carrier, Air Berlin, will end operations October 28, casting serious doubt on the future of its

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Air Berlin’s Last Day Is Set: October 28

    Air Berlin’s Last Day Is Set: October 28

MIAMI — Germany’s second largest carrier, Air Berlin, has set its last day of operations to October 28. Thomas Winkelmann, the airline’s

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Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

    Guess Who’s Back Again [Podcast #33]

PARIS – School’s in session, airlines routes are proliferating and Vinay and Rohan are back on U.S. soil after a busy

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