As the dramatic events surrounding Air Berlin’s bankruptcy unfolded over the past weeks and continued to shake the German air transport industry, the consequences for the carrier’s once largest shareholder, Etihad Airways, have almost been ignored.  There will be readjustment over time in the German market—new players will likely come, and others will grow faster than planned. But the effects on Etihad’s role globally could be long-lasting and deeply ...


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