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Air Berlin Bailed Out by German Government

Air Berlin filed for bankruptcy protection toady after Etihad Airways pulled the plug on future funding. The German government quickly stepped in to provide a bridge loan so that Air Berlin can continue operations as it searches for a buyer. Is Air Berlin “too big to fail”? Etihad has bailed out Air Berlin over and […] The post Air Berlin Bailed Out by German Government appeared first on Live and Let's Fly.
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