Air Berlin Files For Bankruptcy

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FRANKFURT—After many years of losses and in a fast-deteriorating financial situation, Air Berlin has filed for self-managed bankruptcy before a local court in Berlin. The airline said in a statement that its operations will continue unchanged. This is possible mainly because of a €150 million ($176...

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