Airberlin has won a court appeal over codesharing rights with Etihad Airways, reversing an earlier judgment and allowing the two carriers to continue operating 26 out of 31 codeshare flights for the full winter schedule. Together with the other 50 approved Etihad-airberlin codeshares, 76 of the 81 are now approved. The other five codeshares are on German domestic routes. The Higher Administrative Court said in a statement it is ordering the German Aviation Authority to approve and allow ...

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