German aviation authorities are again questioning the continuation of codeshare routes for the upcoming winter schedule beginning Oct. 25 between Etihad Airways and its strategic equity partner airberlin. The affected routes are between Germany and Abu Dhabi. These codeshare flights generate an additional €140 million ($159 million) turnover per year for airberlin, several German media outlets reported. Etihad is airberlin’s biggest single shareholder and owns 29.21% of its ...

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