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Hah: Qatar Airways Is Trying To Poach Airberlin Pilots

A few days ago airberlin filed for insolvency, after Etihad withdrew financial support for the airline. The German government is giving the airline an emergency loan that's expected to allow them to continue operations for the next few months, though it's anyone's guess what happens after that. While the airline has generally been headed in the right direction by leasing some of their planes to Lufthansa, they have a long way to go.
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