Air Berlin 737-800. Air Berlin incurred a 2010 net loss of €97.2 million ($137.3 million), widened from a pro forma 2009 net loss (including Austrian LCC Niki and TUIfly city-to-city routes now operated by AB) of €21.9 million, marking its third consecutive loss-making year. CEO Joachim Hunold said, "We are not satisfied with the way earnings developed in 2010." But he noted that the company has "taken significant strategic decisions to prepare itself for ...

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