Air Berlin is in the process of defining the delivery dates for its incoming fleet of Boeing 787-9s, but no quick fleet exchange is on the horizon. CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer says that the airline is working on its strategy for the next five years and will make a decision about the 787s within the next six months. Germany’s second largest airline initially ordered 25 787-8s in 2007 that was later cut back to 15 aircraft. Following its tie-up with Etihad Airways, which is now its ...


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