Bankrupt airberlin administrator seeks billions in damages from Etihad

December 19, 2018 Alex Lennane

Bad news for Etihad. It is being sued for damages of up to €2bn by airberlin’s administrators. The claim noted that Etihad had agreed to “provide airberlin with the necessary support for the next 18 months, in order to enable its subsidiary to meet its financial obligations”.
However, it added that Etihad withdrew its support in August 2017, resulting in airberlin’s bankruptcy. Etihad has vowed to fight the claim “vigorously”, which ...

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