Airberlin subsidiary NIKI—which filed for insolvency Dec. 13 and abruptly ceased operations—has left up to 40,000 passengers stranded throughout its European network after a rescue deal by Lufthansa collapsed, four months after airberlin filed for bankruptcy.   Lufthansa had planned to integrate NIKI into its own Eurowings. A source from air navigation services provider Austro Control confirmed to ATW that NIKI management transferred the carrier’s air ...

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