Until midnight on Oct. 27, it looked as if Lufthansa would be enjoying a monopoly on German domestic routes. But then EasyJet and Air Berlin’s administrator struck a last-minute deal that will likely bring a new dynamic to a slowly evolving market. Air Berlin, Lufthansa’s biggest rival for the past decade, ceased operations that day, after its final scheduled flight-—a fully booked Airbus A320 service from Munich—landed at Berlin-Tegel Airport. After 39 years in the ...

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