FFollowing a devastating sick-out staged by around 200 pilots, Air Berlin said Sept. 12 that it may have to stop flying if crews do not return to work very soon. Air Berlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann wrote in an internal memo that in the worst case the airline would have to be liquidated, all 8,000 jobs would be lost and not even September salaries can be paid. “What happened today massively endangers the insolvency process. Unless the situation changes quickly, we will have to stop ...

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