Air Berlin will eliminate several crew bases as part of its cost-cutting program, Turbine 2013. A source from Air Berlin management told ATW that in addition to optimizing network and crew bases in Germany, the carrier will eliminate some of its 15 crew bases. It is expected that affected airports will include Munster/Osnabruck, Paderborn and Dortmund. Air Berlin announced earlier this week it has raised its Turbine 2013 cost-cutting goal from €400 million ($534.9 million) to ...

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