Air Berlin Plans To Cut 900 Jobs, Unprofitable Routes To Stay Alive

Air Berlin is getting ready to make deep cuts to its staff and general cost structure in a last-ditch effort to return to profitability. The airline plans to cut about 900 jobs and, for the first time in its history, does not rule out forced redundancies. The “Turbine” program targets measures...

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