Courtesy, oneworld Oneworld member Air Berlin (AB), Germany’s second largest carrier, reported a first-quarter net loss of €102.9 million ($132.4 million), narrowed from a loss of €120.6 million in the year-ago quarter. “We made a good start, better than expected,” AB CEO Hartmut Mehdorn told journalists during a telephone conference. He said AB will “concentrate on our Shape & Size cost-reduction program. “I think we made some good steps ...

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