Alitalia plans to aggressively increase its summer schedule offerings 15%, but the positive outlook of the state-owned carrier may become clouded by British Airways' state-aid allegations. "The new schedule shows one of the strongest increases, in absolute terms, compared with our main European competitors," Deputy Director General Glen Hauenstein said. In particular, capacity is jumping by 34% on long-haul routes. The Italian carrier aims to carry 25.5 million passengers in 2004, up ...

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