BERLIN, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The administrator of insolvent German airline Air Berlin expects talks with easyJet and Thomas Cook’s German airline Condor to reach a conclusion in the coming days, he said on Friday.
Air Berlin has already agreed a deal to sell a large part of its assets to German rival Lufthansa.
“We are in talks with a second and third bidder. I expect that we can hopefully reach a deal in the coming days, so that we can possibly save a thousand more jobs,” Frank Kebekus said on German TV programme Morgenmagazin, broadcast by channels ARD and ZDF. (Reporting by Klaus Lauer; Writing by Victoria Bryan; Editing by Maria Sheahan)