Air Berlin CEO Joachim Hunold has landed in Berlin after a test flight through closed air space.
On his way to the crisis management centre in Berlin, Joachim Hunold, CEO Air Berlin, was able to get a personal picture of the situation this evening after a test flight carried out by the airline between Düsseldorf and Berlin. During this flight the test plane climbed to an altitude of more than 12,000 metres. The Airbus A330 landed at Berlin-Tegel airport in the evening without any problems. As was the case with the positioning flights carried out on Saturday, the technical inspection of the aircraft did not reveal any signs of damage whatsoever.
Hunold commented in Berlin: “Although I am not an expert meteorologist, I have rarely experienced such a calm flight with such good visibility. We would also be happy to make the results of the flight available to the Federal Ministry of Transport.”