Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, which owns a 49 per cent stake in Italy's Alitalia, has regretted the decision by Alitalia staff to reject a restructuring plan prosposed by the management.
James Hogan, president and chief exec
Alitalia CEO Cramer Ball has confirmed that up to 2,000 jobs will be cut, which is a 50 per cent reduction in office staff and a 20 per cent reduction in non-flying operational roles, said a report.
"Headcount reductions are
Italian flagship carrier Alitalia has vowed to cut costs by €1 billion ($1.07 billion) over the next three years in a bid to return to profitability by 2019, as Italy’s flagship airline embarks on yet another high-stakes restructuring
Etihad Airways Engineering has commended four Alitalia graduate managers returning to Italy after successfully completing two years of intensive on-the-job training in Abu Dhabi.
Fabio di Casola, Stefania Vullo, Davide Benati and
Royal Jordanian and Alitalia have signed a codeshare agreement to offer more travel choices and enhanced network connectivity between Jordan, Italy, and beyond.
On sale from today, for travels beginning on February 6, the agreemen
Alitalia, Italy's national carrier in which Etihad Airways holds stake, has delivered strong progress in the 18 months since the launch of a major industrial plan to re-engineer the airline to compete effectively on the global aviation stage
Alitalia, Italy’s largest airline, has confirmed that it is on track to become profitable by 2017, as it reduced its losses by €381 million ($436 million) in 2015 compared to the previous year.
This important result com
Loss-making Italian airline Alitalia said on Thursday it had appointed aviation industry turnaround expert Cramer Ball as its new chief executive.
Ball, who joins from India's Jet Airways, is expected to take up his new role i
Alitalia, Italy's national carrier in which Etihad Airways holds stake, said it was looking to reach profitability by 2017, confirming that its three-year business plan was on track.
Briefing 2,000 employees at a special meeting in
Etihad Airways, a key investor in Alitalia, believes Italy’s national airline has “fantastic potential to grow” – but only if it embraces change, said James Hogan, the Gulf carrier’s president and chief executive of