File photo of James Hogan (L) CEO of Etihad Airways and Air Berlin's CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer posing in front of an aircraft during a news conference at Schoenefeld airport south of Berlin January ... more 
File photo of James Hogan (L) CEO of Etihad Airways and Air Berlin's CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer posing in front of an aircraft during a news conference at Schoenefeld airport south of Berlin January 13, 2014. Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways on April 28, 2014, called for an "accelerated and fundamental restructuring" of Air Berlin, after the German airline's largest shareholder injected cash into the loss-making carrier. Air Berlin said late on Sunday night Etihad has subscribed to a convertible bond worth 300 million euros ($415 million) and the Gulf airline has also agreed to extend a $255 million loan by another five years. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/Files (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT) less 
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