Alitalia Lashes Out At U.S. Over Proposed Retaliation For Airport Fees

Alitalia is blasting the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) for threatening to disrupt the airline’s service to the U.S. if Italian authorities do not change the structure of their country’s airport fees. Alitalia describes the proposed sanctions not only as unjustified, but also “extraordinarily...

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