Airberlin deepens 2Q losses on geopolitical climate in Europe

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Germany-based airberlin has reported an €89.1 million ($99 million) net loss for the 2016 second quarter, widened from a €37.5 million loss in 2Q 2015. For the first half, the carrier reported a €271.5 million loss, deepened from a 1H loss of €247.6 million year-over-year (YOY). Airberlin CEO Stefan...

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