Airberlin canceled another 32 flights Wednesday, Sept. 13, after pilots continued to call in sick for the second day in unusually high numbers as the Sept. 15 deadline nears for potential buyers of the bankrupt German carrier. Eurowings, which wet leases 33 aircraft from airberlin, canceled 35 of its 650 planned flights for Sept. 13. Airberlin filed for insolvency Aug. 15 after 29.2% shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew financial support, and is in the process of seeking buyers for its ...

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