Airberlin has reported a €446.6 million loss ($485.5 million) in 2015, deepened from a €376.7 million loss in the year-ago period. The German airline said the results were negatively influenced by non-cash charges for deferred tax assets and the valuation of long term liabilities and derivatives. "Although we reported a significant net loss, the underlying fundamentals of our business are now trending in the right direction, and we can look forward to further improvements in ...

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