The much-delayed Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which announced in August 2013 that Germania would be the first airline to operate from the airport, has postponed its plan to start a test run for operating up to six daily flights this summer. Several German media outlets quoted Berlin Airport CEO Hartmut Mehdorn as saying, “We have to accept that we didn’t get enough support [from airport board members] to get the approval to start this test run.” Germania had planned to ...

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