Airberlin Austrian subsidiary FlyNiki will cut 13 European destinations from Jan. 30, as well as its daily Vienna-Abu Dhabi route from the end of March, FlyNiki spokesperson Milene Platzer told ATW. The move is part of plans to create a new, yet-to-be named leisure airline group based in Vienna. The new leisure airline, which needs regulatory approval, will be 25% owned by Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Aviation Group and 24.8% owned by German holiday company TUI Group. The remaining 50.2% share is ...

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