Airberlin canceled more than 100 flights Sept. 12 after pilots called in sick in unusually high numbers fearing possible redundancies at the bankrupt German carrier. If the situation does not change in the short term, airberlin said it will be forced to suspend operations. Airberlin filed for insolvency Aug. 15 after 29.2% shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew financial support and is in the process of seeking buyers for its assets. Potential buyers are required to submit offers before Sept. ...

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