airberlin

After deals with Lufthansa Group and then IAG, where will NIKI eventually land?

It is now nearing three months since airberlin operated its last flight, but while most of its assets have now been absorbed by the Lufthansa

easyJet debuts in German domestic market as it goes on Lufthansa offensive

easyJet has put more than one million seats on sale for its new winter season flights from Berlin Tegel, including the introduction of its first

easyJet formalises up to 25 aircraft airberlin deal to boost presence in Germany

It took some time to formalise, but shortly after the last ever airberlin flight landed in Germany’s capital city, easyJet confirmed it had finally signed an

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Saudia plans to start negotiations for flyadeal fleet order before the end of 2017

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) director-general Saleh Bin Nasser Al Jasser said the carrier will enter discussions with Boeing and Airbus for around 30 narrowbody aircraft for its new LCC subsidary flyadeal before

easyJet in talks for airberlin’s Dusseldorf slots

easyJet‘s main interest in airberlin reportedly comprises slots from Dusseldorf to Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Zurich (rp-online.de/The Local, 22-Aug-2017). While Deutsche Lufthansa AGis undertaking negotiations to acquire parts of airberlin, easyJet reportedly plans to acquire slots

Australian Transport Minister: Baggage & device screening, not passenger identity, key for security

Australia‘s Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester stated (17-Aug-2017) he is “relaxed” with people “wearing religious garments which are important to their faith” in

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Parties interested in airberlin ‘sufficiently large to offer airberlin a secure future’: CEO

airberlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann commented on parties interested in acquiring parts of the carrier, stating all three potential investors are “reputable in terms of their finances,

German Transport Minister: ‘Imperative’ for Lufthansa to acquire lion’s share of airberlin

Germany‘s Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Alexander Dobrindt stated it is “imperative” that Deutsche Lufthansa AG be “able to take over significant parts of airberlin” (Rheinische Post/focus.de/Reuters/AFP/Sueddeutsche Zeitung,

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