Lufthansa Group is in talks to potentially buy routes from German low-cost carrier (LCC) airberlin, according to a report by German financial newspaper Handelsblatt. If a deal is struck, Lufthansa would hand the routes to its LCC, Eurowings, the paper said. The routes involved would be those outside of airberlin’s Berlin and Düsseldorf hubs. Airberlin is Germany’s second largest carrier and one of the equity-stake partner airlines of Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways. Etihad ...

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