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Etihad Aviation Group terminates negotiations with TUI

Posted 8 June 2017 · Add Comment

Etihad Aviation Group has confirmed that it has terminated negotiations with TUI AG, in relation to a potential joint venture involving the leisure operations of Air Berlin Group and the German TUIfly company.

The airline said it has taken the decision following ‘many months of negotiations, in good faith during which time the parties have been unable to reach agreement on the final nature of such a joint venture.’

The leisure operations of Air Berlin group will now continue to operate as a separate business unit, under the NIKI brand.  Further details of this structure will be announced in due course by Air Berlin.

NIKI’s operating schedule remains unchanged with all bookings being honoured.  Customers should contact NIKI directly for any further information.

 

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