Airberlin is continuing strict fleet capacity management as it undergoes long-term restructuring. The fleet, which has been reduced by seven aircraft this summer, operates around 140 aircraft. The oneworld member reported a €377 million loss ($458 million) in 2014, widened from a €315.5 million loss in the year-ago period. Airberlin spokesperson Aage Duenhaupt said the carrier is also evaluating how to improve its maintenance unit “by creating more synergies with our ...

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