FRANKFURT—American Airlines is canceling a codesharing agreement with its Oneworld partner Air Berlin, industry sources told Aviation Daily. The decision, which becomes effective at the end of March 2017, is deepening the already near-fatal crisis of Air Berlin by forcing it to fly a growing transatlantic operation without a U.S. partner. The move is understood to be linked to American’s fight against Gulf carriers (Air Berlin is 29.2% owned by Etihad Airways, which acts as the ...

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