EasyJet’s bid to expand in the German market by taking over some of collapsed carrier Air Berlin’s assets is set for unconditional approval from the European Commission (EC), Reuters reported, citing people familiar with the matter. If the €40 million ($47 million) deal is approved, EasyJet will take on slots at Berlin’s Tegel Airport, as well as former Air Berlin aircraft leases. This would give it a leg up in the German market. A commission spokeswoman declined to ...

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