Airberlin’s insolvency administrator Lucas Floether is near­ing a decision on making claims in excess of €1 billion ($1.25 billion) against former shareholder Etihad Airways as he seeks to satisfy as many creditor demands as possible. The airline’s creditor committee was expected to discuss the matter at its March 5 meeting, but was likely to postpone a formal decision about a lawsuit against Abu Dhabi-based Etihad for several weeks. Nonetheless, Floether made clear ...

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