A German court has ruled that Etihad Airways must cease its codeshare on 29 routes operated by partner airline airberlin, Germany’s second-largest carrier. The decision, which takes effect Jan. 16 through the end of the current IATA winter schedule ending March 30, 2016, was denounced by Etihad, which said it would file an appeal next week. Abu Dhabi-based Etihad, which owns a 29.2% stake in airberlin, is still permitted to put its code on 50 other airberlin routes. But the ...

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