Airberlin, which has taken legal action against Berlin Brandenburg airport operator Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (BER) for at least €48 million ($66 million) in damages over continued delays in the opening of BER, is still amenable to an out-of-court settlement. The case was heard in Potsdam on Jan. 15 and a decision will come at a later date. The much-delayed opening of the new BER is creating a “high double-digit million euro amount of damage” to airberlin, CEO ...

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