An Air Berlin Airbus A320 sits on the tarmac at Keflavik Airport in Iceland unable to depart. After filing for bankruptcy protection and ceasing operations in late October, Keflavik’s airport management had grounded the airplane following
On Friday, the final Air Berlin flight departed Munich bound for Berlin. The airline had recently declared bankruptcy, causing them to cease operations. The final flight, Air Berlin 6210, was operated by an Airbus A320,
“Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby.” “That’s a negative Ghost rider, the pattern is full.” The famous quote that springs to mind when watching the video of an Airbus A330-200 ‘aborting’ a landing,
On Sunday, Air Berlin’s final long-haul flight arrived in Dusseldorf, almost nine hours after departing from Miami International Airport. Air Berlin flight 7001 was on final approach to Dusseldorf’s runway 23L, when the pilot
Alitalia today confirmed that it has received seven offers for part or all of the company. The airline entered formal bankruptcy proceedings in May, with the deadline for formal offers to purchase passing on Monday evening.
As of Oct. 9, insolvent carrier Air Berlin announced that it would cease all flights no later than Oct. 28, according to Reuters. A majority of long-haul flights have already been terminated, and any remaining
Ryanair has had a rough several weeks to say the least, driven by continued flight cancellations and a possible pilot strike for the airline. In short summary, the airline recently learned that it will not
Air Berlin announced on Sept. 11, that it would be ending Caribbean flights from the airline’s hub is Dusseldorf, Germany on Sept. 25. This announcement comes just days after the airline announced it would cancel
On Tuesday, Air Berlin announced that they will be filing for insolvency after its main shareholder Etihad Airway said it would no longer provide financial support. The German-based carrier has been hit for months with disruptions
Under continued pressure from rivals in the Middle East, as well as global terrorism concerns and low oil prices, Etihad recorded a $1.87 billion loss on $8.36 billion in revenue for its 2016 fiscal year.
When ground was broken to begin construction of the new Willy Brandt Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BER) in 2006, it was a signal of intent for a city pushing to reinvent itself. Named after the
Air Berlin operates the most flights out of Germany’s capital city, Berlin, and will have to move once the city’s new airport opens. However, Air Berlin Chief Thomas Winkelman stated that the airline would prefer
Air Berlin has recently announced plans to restructure itself following crippling year-on-year financial results which saw a record loss of €446m back in April of this year. In a move to assist with current attempts to complete with