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Berlin airport CEO fired after delays to opening

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BERLIN (AP) — The chief executive of Berlin's airports was fired Wednesday following a decision to delay yet again the opening of the German capital's new hub, a fiasco that has deeply embarrassed local officials. The new chairman of the airport operator's supervisory board, Brandenburg state governor Matthias Platzeck, said directors decided at a meeting Wednesday to dismiss CEO Rainer Schwarz...

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