Germany’s biggest airline culls Berlin-New York route

Germany’s biggest airline is ending services between Berlin and New York, and it has nothing to do with tariffs, trade wars or Donald Trump. Deutsche Lufthansa AG will stop linking the German capital with the U.S. city’s John F. Kennedy airport after failing to bag optimal landing times needed to fill planes and turn a profit, Chief Executive Officer Carsten Spohr said Thursday. Bloomberg

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