Oneworld carrier airberlin is set to recruit more than 500 additional flight attendants related to the airline’s growth plan for long haul routes, especially to North America. After years of losses since it launched in 2006, airberlin is being split into three parts. Airberlin subsidiary FlyNiki and its 21 aircraft are moving into the Etihad-TUI project Blue Sky. Forty aircraft are being wet-leased to Lufthansa affiliates Eurowings and Austrian Airlines. The remaining 75-aircraft ...

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