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Ryanair also wants to keep part of Air Berlin

The low cost airline is interested in the operational slots of the Berlin Airport. Ryanair, the Irish low-cost carrier, joined the battle to keep part of Air Berlin, the airline that went bankrupt and stopped operating on October 28. So far, EasyJet and Lufthansa had acquired aircraft, operating slots in Berlin, an aircraft maintenance center and the NIKI and LG Walter airlines. Now, Ryanair is also interested in acquiring the right to exploit old operational slots owned by the defunct airline at Berlin-Tegel Airport (TXL). The intention of Ryanair is to operate with…

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The last A330-200 of Air Berlin would fly for TAP

The aircraft will be returned to its lessor, who would already be negotiating with the airline TAP Air Portugal for the future of the same. The last plane to fly for Air Berlin, the German airline that went bankrupt and stopped operating at the end of last October, is currently arriving to Brazil at the hands of its lessor. The Airbus A330-200 and registration D-ALPH, flew today from the Düsseldorf Airport (DUS), in Germany, towards the Rio de Janeiro-Galeão International Airport (GIG). The aircraft will be returned to the lessor and then…

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Air Berlin made its last flight and reached an agreement with EasyJet

The last flight was operated yesterday between Munich and Berlin-Tegel and transported 178 passengers. Today Air Berlin reached a purchase agreement with EasyJet. Air Berlin, the airline that went bankrupt in August, made its last flight on October 27. It was operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft carrying 178 passengers between the Munich Airport (MUC) and Berlin Tegel “Otto Lilienthal” Airport (TXL). The airline officially ceases operations today, ending a history of almost four decades and having transported 300 million passengers. Air Berlin was a member of Oneworld, and went into…

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Lufthansa buys part of Air Berlin for 210 million euros

The German airline acquired 81 aircraft and will take 3,000 employees. Lufthansa has finally bought part of Air Berlin, the German airline that went bankrupt and will stop operating on October 28. The purchase amount is about 210 million euros. In this way, Lufthansa will take care of the low-cost airline dedicated to leisure travel Niki of Air Berlin, its regional airline LG Walter and about 20 additional aircraft. Lufthansa Chief Executive Carsten Spohr anticipated that Lufthansa would buy 81 of the 144 Air Berlin aircraft, in addition to taking around…

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