Airberlin has delayed the planned expansion of US connections because of continued ground handling problems at Berlin-Tegel Airport. According to airberlin, it will postpone the launch of 2X-weekly Berlin-San Francisco services from May 1 to May 29. A third weekly frequency will be added in June. Additionally, airberlin’s 4X-weekly Berlin-Los Angeles services will be moved from May 2 to May 16. AeroGround, a wholly owned subsidiary of Munich Airport, has been responsible for ground ...

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