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Air Berlin creditors decide to sue Etihad Airways for damages

The creditors of Air Berlin decided to go ahead with a lawsuit against Etihad Airways, which used to be the biggest shareholder of the now insolvent airline, insider source told Reuters. Air Berlin’s administrator Lucas Flöther said he is engaged in assessing the claims that could potentially excess €1 billion in damages.

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Dassault wants to lead the Franco-German fighter cooperation

Eric Trappier, CEO of Dassault Aviation, answered the questions of the French Parliament on February, 28, 2018. When asked about the hypothetical Franco-German fighter plane project, he appeared open but with a few conditions.

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Boeing wins $2.82B Hawaiian Airlines contract

Hawaiian Airlines announced the decision to buy ten Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners for a total of $2.82 billion, with an option for ten more. The Honolulu-based airline also announced cancelling its previous order of six Airbus A330-800neos.

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