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The End May Be Near For Airberlin’s Longhaul Flights Out Of Dusseldorf

Almost four weeks ago airberlin filed for insolvency, after Etihad withdrew their financial support. The airline had been struggling for years, but just couldn’t turn around fast enough. The German government gave airberlin an emergency loan of 150 million Euros, which doesn't seem to be lasting them all that long. A couple of weeks ago airberlin stopped selling seats on longhaul flights out of their Berlin hub as of October 1, 2017.
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