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Refundable Tickets are No Longer Refundable as Customers In air berlin Insolvency

air berlin has been a financial disaster for years, and the subsidies from Etihad have stopped so the airline had no choice but to file for bankruptcy. The German transport ministry stepped in with a government subsidy to keep the airline running for 3 months, guaranteeing a €150 million loan. Continue reading Refundable Tickets are No Longer Refundable as Customers In air berlin Insolvency.
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