Air Berlin plans to present another restructuring plan within the next few months, after the airline posted an even larger net loss in the first quarter. "It won’t be as long as six months given the current financial performance," CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer says. He declines to give details about the plan. In spite of a further deterioration in its net result to a loss of €209 million (from €196 million a year earlier) and only a marginal improvement in the ...

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