Here is how Air Berlin can survive: Continue to cut costs, grow the long-haul network and everything will be fine eventually. But there are two problems for one of Europe's largest airlines: It does not have the necessary money to grow and, at the moment, there is not even an airport where the plan can be implemented. Thus, the more worrying aspect of Bankhaus Lampe's recent study is its conclusion about what will happen if Air Berlin remains as it is. The German bank's analysts argue ...

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