Alitalia and Etihad Airways have reached agreement on the terms and conditions of a deal that will give Abu Dhabi-owned Etihad more access to the European market while Alitalia, which filed for bankruptcy in 2008 and relaunched a couple of months later with new owners, secures a new lifeline. In a brief joint statement on June 25, the airlines said they had agreed to the "principal terms and conditions of a proposed transaction" whereby Etihad Airways will acquire a 49% equity ...
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