Air Berlin (AB) is starting a new cost-cutting program called Turbine 2013, but details have not been released.
Air Berlin A330-200. By Kurt Hofmann Air Berlin (AB) is starting a new cost-cutting program called Turbine 2013, but details have not been released. AB’s current cost cutting program, Shape & Size—which was expected to improve its full-year target from €230 million ($300.5million) and reduce its fleet from 170 to 152 aircraft—will not be sufficient to return the carrier to profitability by next year. In August, AB said it would sell eight narrowbody ...
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