German aviation authorities (Luftfahrt-Bundesamt, or LBA) have denied the continuation of 34 codeshare routes between Etihad Airways and its strategic equity partner airberlin for the coming winter schedule, effective at the end of October. Airberlin CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer told ATW in an emailed statement that airberlin “has been informed from Etihad that these 34 flights are no longer confirmed. These are flights that will be operated by airberlin aircraft with Etihad’s ...

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