The delayed opening of Berlin’s new international airport could cause chaos for both Lufthansa and Air Berlin, both of which are trying to minimize the potentially dramatic consequences of the deferred launch of operations. Berlin’s airport operator, Berliner Flughaefen, today announced it will be impossible to keep the projected June 3 opening date, with CEO Rainer Schwarz attributing the delay to the terminal’s fire protection system. That system has failed recent tests, and ...
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