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Alitalia unions, management to clash at government meeting

Europe
20.03.2017
By our dpa-correspondent and Europe Online    auf Facebook posten  Auf Twitter posten  
Rome (dpa) - Alitalia unions and management prepared for a tense meeting with the government later on Monday to discuss the ailing airline‘s turnaround plan, which has already prompted calls for a 24-hour strike.

Management last week unveiled the plan that would slash operating and labour costs by one billion euros (1.1 billion dollars) and mean the loss of 2,000 office and ground staff by the end of 2019, prompting unions to call a strike on April 5.

The airline, which currently employs 12,500 globally, said in a statement the redundancies "are painful but necessary."

United Arab Emirates carrier Etihad owns 49 per cent of Alitalia, with Italian shareholders led by the UniCredit and Intesa Sanpaolo banks.

 

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