Vienna-based FlyNiki will strengthen its position in Eastern Europe when Air Berlin (AB) becomes a oneworld member March 20.
FlyNiki A320. Courtesy, FlyNiki Vienna-based FlyNiki will strengthen its position in Eastern Europe when Air Berlin (AB) becomes a oneworld member March 20 (ATW Daily News, Feb. 3). FlyNiki, an AB subsidiary, will join the alliance as an affiliate member. FlyNiki MD Christian Lesjak told ATW in Tel Aviv that alliance membership will generate new potential and secure its position for future growth, especially after Malev Hungarian Airlines ceased operations, which caused oneworld to ...
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