German carrier airberlin, which has transferred its leisure routes to Austrian subsidiary FlyNiki, said the first FlyNiki Dusseldorf-Palma de Mallorca service began March 26. The switch is part of a rescue program for oneworld member airberlin, which announced the sale of 49.8% FlyNiki to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways for €300 million ($320 million) in December 2016. Airberlin reported a 2015 third-quarter loss of €45.6 million ($51.2 million), reversed from a €56.2 million ...

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