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Air Berlin

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Air Berlin was the second biggest airline in Germany. It was started in 1978. The first flight was in 1979.[1] It became a low-cost carrier in 2002.[2] It joined Oneworld in 2012.[3] On 15 August 2017 Air Berlin stated it was filing for insolvency[4] and on 9 October 2017 announced the end of its own operations by 28 October 2017.

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Fleet size 133 (+3 ordered) [5]
  • www.airberlin.com
  • www.flyniki.com


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  1. https://www.airberlin.com/site/affiliate/30jahreJubel/data/swfs/texte-eng-s.swf[permanent dead link]
  2. "Air Berlin Explained". everything.explained.today.
  3. "airberlin joins oneworld alliance, but its full potential will not be immediately realised". CAPA - Centre for Aviation.
  4. WELT, DIE (2017-08-15). "Air Berlin meldet Insolvenz an – Bundesregierung gibt Kredit". DIE WELT. Retrieved 2017-10-28.
  5. "Please verify your request". www.planespotters.net.