LONDON—Bankrupt German carrier airberlin’s administrator is seeking damages of up to €2 billion ($2.28 billion) from former majority shareholder Etihad Airways. A Berlin court revealed in a Dec. 14 statement that it had received a claim from airberlin’s creditors for damages against Etihad that could run to as much as €2 billion. The claim relates to a letter dated Apr. 28, 2017 in which the administrator said Etihad had agreed to “provide airberlin with ...

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