“This postponement is at the expenses of the workers, who want a decision on their jobs and their future,” Verdi union board member Christine Behle said.
Lufthansa and several other parties have bid for parts of insolvent Air Berlin by yesterday’s deadline as administrators look for investors for Germany’s second largest airline.
Air Berlin, which employs more than 8,000 people, filed for bankruptcy last month after major shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew funding following years of losses.
Germany’s coalition government led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is seeking a fourth term in a federal election on September 24, last month loaned Air Berlin €150m to prevent its planes from being grounded.
Former Formula One world champion Niki Lauda said he would put in a joint bid with German airline Condor, part of holiday firm Thomas Cook.
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