Etihad Airways has applied to the German Court for an injunction to protect codeshare flights with airberlin on routes between Germany and Abu Dhabi. These codeshare flights generate an additional €140 million ($159 million) turnover per year for airberlin, several German media outlets reported. Etihad said it couldn’t wait any longer for the German government to make a decision on whether to approve Etihad’s codeshare on airberlin flights to 29 destinations in Europe, the ...

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