Source: Air Berlin to set up regional subsidiary

FlyNiki Airbus A320. By Kurt Hofmann Air Berlin will establish a regional subsidiary as part of its restructuring process, according to sources. Its fleet would include 10 Bombardier Dash-8 Q400s and seven Embraer E-190s, to be transferred from Austrian-based low-cost partner FlyNiki to Air Berlin...

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