Remade Alitalia charts a future it hopes will sidestep errors of its loss-making past
A new business model, renewed fleet, reworked network, single hub and reduced operating costs are the main ingredients investors are betting on to make the new Alitalia fly. Armed with a much narrower focus honed by years of losses that included billions of taxpayer money, and a tumultuous year in which political forces intervened to preserve the franchise, Alitalia is now ready to begin its new, straitened life. The sweeping changes will allow the airline to be a competitive player and ...
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