Oneworld member airberlin plans to expand services at Dusseldorf by stationing 12 instead of 11 long-haul aircraft at the airport this winter, which will be used to provide additional flights to the US. “At Berlin-Tegel [Airport], we are adapting our capacities in line with the fragile infrastructure there and are reducing our long-haul fleet on site by one aircraft to five [Airbus A330-200s],” airberlin CEO Thomas Winkelmann said. Germany's second-largest airline will ...

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