Air Berlin’s stream of losses over 10 years has become both legendary and impossible to survive. As the airline continues limited flying under bankruptcy protection, its breakup is all but decided. The only question that remains is: Who will get what share? Bidders for parts of the airline will have to wait until the next creditor committee meeting that will decide between various proposals on Sept. 21. Five parties have expressed interest, either publicly or behind the scenes, ...

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