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Air Berlin PLC (AB1.DE)

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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0.432+0.028 (+6.931%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close0.404
Bid0.000 x 79000
Ask0.000 x 125600
Day's Range0.415 - 0.500
52 Week Range0.241 - 1.395
Avg. Volume1,007,067
Market Cap50.4M
PE Ratio (TTM)-0.05
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
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  • The Wall Street Journal12 hours ago

    [$$] Air Berlin Confirms Exclusive Talks With Lufthansa, easyJet

    Air Berlin said it would hold exclusive negotiations with carriers Deutsche Lufthansa and easyJet to sell its air transport units.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Air Berlin unit Niki says court rejects insolvency petition

    Air Berlin's (AB1.DE) Austria-based unit Niki said a court has rejected an insolvency petition brought against it by an Austrian tour operator, adding that its flight operations are continuing. "The Korneuburg regional court confirmed the legal opinion of Niki and has rejected the insolvency petition as unfounded," Niki said in a statement on Friday. Parent Air Berlin filed for insolvency in August, but Niki, which flies to tourist destinations from Germany and Austria, was not part of the insolvency proceedings.

  • German bridge loan for Air Berlin not yet exhausted: Economy Ministry
    Reuters17 hours ago

    German bridge loan for Air Berlin not yet exhausted: Economy Ministry

    Insolvent German airline Air Berlin (AB1.DE) has not yet exhausted a 150 million euro ($179 million) bridge loan, a spokeswoman for the Economy Ministry said on Friday. The government agreed in mid-August to provide the loan to ensure that Air Berlin flights continue for a period of up to three months, to return holidaymakers to Germany and secure thousands of jobs. Beate Baron, spokeswoman for the Economy Ministry, said the loan was being paid out in tranches according to demand.