From chocolate hearts to leather seats, Air Berlin fans have thousands of items to bid on. The items are expected to have cult status among collectors, according to the auction house's managing director.
"Everyone obviously wants a piece of Air Berlin for themselves," said Bröker.
Air Berlin's creditors are hoping that the auction's proceeds will flow into the bankruptcy estate after the airliner went insolvent in August last year. German airliner Lufthansa took over parts of Air Berlin after receiving permission from the EU in December.