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Alitalia airline workers confirm April 5 strike over planned cuts

Alitalia airline workers confirm April 5 strike over planned cuts

Rome (dpa) – Alitalia unions confirmed their strike call Monday after a government-mediated meeting with management over the loss-making airline’s turnaround plan failed to bring the two sides to an agreement. The plan, unveiled last week, would slash operating costs by 1 billion euros (just over 1 billion dollars) and cut 2,000 office and ground staff…

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Rome (dpa) – Alitalia unions confirmed their strike call Monday after a government-mediated meeting with management over the loss-making airline’s turnaround plan failed to bring the two sides to an agreement. The plan, unveiled last week, would slash operating costs by 1 billion euros (just over 1 billion dollars) and cut 2,000 office and ground staff…


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