Lufthansa will expand its long-haul network from Berlin and Dusseldorf from Nov. 8, as insolvent airberlin ceases long-haul flight operations by Oct. 15, as leasing companies gradually withdraw their A330 fleet. Lufthansa plans to launch 5X-weekly Berlin Tegel-New York JFK Airbus A330-300 service; this will be the first time since 2001 the German airline has based long-haul aircraft in Berlin. The Star Alliance carrier also plans to launch new 3X-weekly Dusseldorf-Miami A330-300 services ...

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