Air Berlin is taking over TUIfly’s business traveler-oriented European city network, effective with the winter timetable. The airline will wet-lease 13 of TUIfly’s Boeing 737s for 10 years and deploy them on seven domestic and a total of 117 routes to European destinations. Air Berlin’s CEO Joachim Hunold says the deal significantly strengthens Air Berlin’s standing as an airline with an increasing focus on business travelers. However, the long-planned deal is a scaled-back version ...
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