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Air Berlin subsidiary: Niki insolvency proceedings soon employed the district court – Economy

Thursday, January 4th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

The dispute over Berlin or Vienna as a place for the bankruptcy of the Air Berlin subsidiary Niki continues: The district court of Charlottenburg referred the decision on a complaint from Austria to the district court of Berlin. This will decide because of the urgency in the short term on the insolvency of Niki, told the press office of the Berlin civil courts on Thursday. The airline portal FairPlane from Vienna lodged a complaint against the bankruptcy location Berlin, which was determined by the District Court of Charlottenburg in mid-December. This could prolong the uncertainty about the future of Niki. If the district court upholds the appeal, the recently sealed purchase of Niki by the British-Spanish aviation company IAG would be invalid. The bankruptcy procedure would have to start again in Austria. IAG did not want to comment on the lawsuit. The District Court continues to assume international jurisdiction, because the focus of Niki interest at the headquarters of the parent company in Berlin and not in Vienna, the court said. Operatively and under corporate law Niki was integrated into the Air Berlin Group. It was also clear to the travelers that they made a contract with Air Berlin when they booked with Niki. Since the district court upheld its own decision on the location of the case and dismissed the appeal, the next instance has to decide. Ultimately, the case could land at the Federal Court. The service provider FairPlane pays off in a procedure in Austria better chances to be able to collect for its customers refunds for failed flights totaling 1.2 million euros. Since the responsible for Niki provisional insolvency administrator Lucas Flöther already handled the bankruptcy of Air Berlin, FairPlane suspects a conflict of interest to the detriment of passengers. However, the district court now confirmed the opinion of Flöthers that bruised customers must address their claims anyway to the Niki mother Air Berlin. Thus, the insolvency of Niki would be irrelevant to the consumer rights. Irrespective of the decision of the regional court, the main insolvency proceedings could be opened, explained the court spokeswoman. As things stand, the decision to open insolvency proceedings in the coming weeks is expected. In this case, FairPlane would have to appeal again. (Reuters, dpa)


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