There are two airlines in Germany that seem currently under enormous pressure by creditors to restructure or fail.
Aegean Blue based in Munich, operating 3 leased planes with a company value of -1,8 mio.
Eurolink based in Berlin/Tegel, operating 13 leased planes with a company value of -2,3 mio.
If Eurolink should go bankrupt, there would be a significant number of attractive routes becoming available. Other German and also European carriers might step into this opportunity and attempt to put a new face on the German market, which is currently seen not as competitive as other markets worldwide.