Air Berlin Boeing 737-800. Courtesy, Air Berlin Air Berlin has begun to implement its Turbine 2013 turnaround program, cutting around 900 jobs to save €400 million ($534.9 million) by the end of 2014. According to Air Berlin, the comprehensive plan will focus on optimizing profitable routes in the key markets of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and expand long-haul service through its Berlin and Dusseldorf hubs. “The airports in Vienna, Hamburg, Munich, Zurich and ...

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