Etihad Airways has started legal proceedings against airberlin’s administrator to fight the bankrupt German carrier’s attempt to retrieve €2 billion ($2.27 billion) in damages from its former shareholder. Abu Dhabi-based Etihad began proceedings in the UK High Court in response to the lawsuit filed in Berlin last month by airberlin’s creditors, the airline confirmed in a Jan. 22 statement. Etihad claims the UK court has “exclusive jurisdiction over the ...

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