Airberlin’s frequent flier program, topbonus, followed the German carrier in filing for insolvency Aug. 25 after Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways pulled support. “This unfortunate development follows the decision Aug. 15 by airberlin to file for insolvency. Given airberlin’s current situation and the consequential impact on the frequent flier program, topbonus was left with no other option,” the German airline said in a statement. Etihad owns a 29.2% stake in ...

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