Augusto Fantozzi, the state commissar who runs what remains of the old Alitalia, has accepted an offer worth €14.5 million made by the privately owned Alis company to acquire the former Alitalia Cargo. As part of the deal, Alis will acquire three MD-11Fs, which are to come along with an initial cadre of 15 former Alitalia pilots. The aircraft are to be based at Milam Malpensa Airport. The first aircraft is be available by the end of March, the second within May and the third after ...
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