If Air Berlin’s bankruptcy administrators Frank Kebekus and Lucas Floether stick to their timetable, it will have taken two months to negotiate binding purchase contracts for the airline’s few valuable assets and another 2.5 months for it to disappear from the German and wider European air transport markets. With preferred bidders now chosen, the new market composition is coming into view. Two companies win big time as a result of the bankruptcy: Lufthansa can grow low-cost ...

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