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  1. Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG (FWB: AB1), branded as airberlin or airberlin.com was a major German airline. At its peak, it was Germany's second-largest airline, as well as Europe's tenth-largest airline in terms of passengers carried. It was headquartered in Berlin and had hubs at Berlin Tegel Airport and Düsseldorf Airport.

    Air Berlin - Wikipedia

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  3. Air Berlin - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Berlin

    Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG (FWB: AB1), branded as airberlin or airberlin.com was a major German airline. At its peak, it was Germany's second-largest airline, as well as Europe's tenth-largest airline in terms of passengers carried. It was headquartered in Berlin and had hubs at Berlin Tegel Airport and Düsseldorf Airport.

  4. Air Berlin was forced to enter insolvency proceedings on August 15, 2017. Subsequently, a bulk of the airline’s fleet and employees were snapped up by Lufthansa in the month it ceased operations. The German powerhouse bought 81 of Air Berlin’s aircraft and took on 3,000 of its staff.

  5. Air Berlin, also branded as Airberlin, was Germany's second largest airline after , and Europe's eighth largest airline in terms of passengers carried. Originally Air Berlin USA, Air Berlin was started as an American airline in 1978 as a subsidiary of an agricultural airline, Lelco.

  6. What Happened To Air Berlin’s Former Fleet? - Simple Flying

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    Much of the A320 fleet that was previously at Air Berlin's disposal is now at easyJet Europe. Around half of the Air Berlin A320 planes were sent to easyJet, with the majority of the remainder also flying for various European carriers. However, three of the Air Berlin A320 stock are now operational at Indian airline IndiGo.

  7. The Rise And Fall Of Air Berlin - Simple Flying

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    The Rise And Fall Of Air Berlin. Air Berlin first commenced operations 49 years and was an influential force in aviation until it ceased operations just four years ago. There were plenty of ups and downs along the way for the carrier. Here’s a look at the airline’s key milestones over the decades.

  8. Air Berlin – Wikipedia

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    Die Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG i.I. (Eigenschreibweise ab 2008 airberlin) mit Sitz in Berlin und Basen auf den Flughäfen Berlin-Tegel und Düsseldorf war eine deutsche Fluggesellschaft. Sie war zuletzt eine hundertprozentige Tochter der börsennotierten Air Berlin PLC, deren größter Einzelaktionär zuletzt die emiratische Etihad ...

  9. Air Berlin keeps flying after filing for insolvency - Financial...

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    Air Berlin filed for insolvency on Tuesday but will remain operating after the German government and Lufthansa stepped in to prevent the collapse of one of Europe’s largest airlines.

  10. Air Berlin’s Slow Collapse Into Bankruptcy, Explained - Skift

    skift.com/2017/08/16/air-berlins-slow-collapse-into-bankruptcy-explained

    But it hasn’t worked. Last year, Air Berlin reported 781 million euros in losses, or about $916 million U.S., its eighth loss in nine years. According to CAPA, an aviation analysis firm, the ...

  11. Air Berlin collapse threatens to clip rivals’ wings - Financial...

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    Air Berlin, which is Germany’s second-biggest airline, was forced to file for insolvency after its largest shareholder Etihad, the UAE-based carrier, halted financial support. The airline has ...

  12. Air Berlin - Wikiwand

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    Air Berlin PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG , branded as airberlin or airberlin.com was a major German airline. At its peak, it was Germany's second-largest airline, as well as Europe's tenth-largest airline in terms of passengers carried. It was headquartered in Berlin and had hubs at Berlin Tegel Airport and Düsseldorf Airport.