Airberlin has raised €252 million ($351 million) from the issuing of new bonds as part of its recently announced recapitalization program to return to profitability. The German carrier reported a 2013 net loss of €315.5 million. The oneworld member said it is issuing new bonds alongside the €300 million convertible perpetual bond placed to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, which has a 29.21% share in the German carrier. Airberlin said the recapitalization, in the amount of ...

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