After years of financial distress, Air Berlin’s Aug. 15 bankruptcy protection filing surprised no one. But the collapse of what once was Germany’s second-largest airline triggers fundamental change throughout the air transport market in Europe’s largest economy, creating a clear list of winners and losers. On Aug. 18, Lufthansa will begin negotiations with Air Berlin’s newly appointed administrator Lucas Flother and CEO Thomas Winkelmann to discuss the targeted ...

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