Lufthansa and tourism company TUI are interested in joining a consortium to bid for German ATC provider Deutsche Flugsicherung, they said earlier this week. Lufthansa CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber said possible partners include Fraport, Munich Airport, Air Berlin and TUI leisure carrier Hapagfly, Reuters reported. "A majority held by a German consortium is the right way," he said. TUI CEO Michael Frenzel told Financial Times Deutschland he wanted to avoid any single company having a dominant ...

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