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September 04, 2015 10:38 AM ET

Airlines

Company Overview of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A.

Company Overview

As of 2009, Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A. went out of business. Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A. provides passenger and cargo air transport services on domestic, international, and intercontinental routes. The company engages in the operation of air transport for persons, cargo, and mail in Italy, between Italy and foreign countries, as well as in foreign countries. As of December 31, 2006, it operated a fleet comprising 186 aircraft, including 156 aircraft used on short and medium haul routes and 30 employed on long haul routes. The company was formerly known as Alitalia-Aerolinee Internazionali Italiane and changed its name to Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A. in October 1957...

111, Viale Alessandro Marchetti

Rome, RM 00148

Italy

Founded in 1946

Phone:

39 06 65 62 73 57

Fax:

39 06 65 62 23 00

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Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.A. Key Developments

Korean Air Expands Codeshare Agreement with Air France and Alitalia

Korean Air has announced that the existing codeshare agreements it has with fellow SkyTeam members Air France and Alitalia will be expanded. As from 1st June 2015, the Air France codeshare agreement will be expanded to include two French domestic destinations and eight international destinations. The Korean Air flight code KE will be available on Air France flights to French cities Lyon and Toulouse and also Barcelona, Madrid, Geneva, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich, Stuttgart and Casablanca. It will also double the frequencies on its existing codeshare routes between Paris-Nice and Paris-Marseille from seven weekly to 14 weekly. In addition, commencing June 4th, Korean Air will expand its codeshare agreement with Alitalia. Under the agreement, Korean Air will codeshare on flights newly operated by Alitalia between Rome and Incheon, doubling the frequency on the route from three a week to six. Alitalia will continue to codeshare on Korean Air operated flights between Incheon-Rome and Incheon-Milan. Korean Air will also codeshare on Alitalia operated flights from Rome to three domestic destinations - Milan, Venice and Bologna, as well as seven international destinations - Athens, Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, Budapest, Cairo and Casablanca. As a result of expanded codeshare agreements between SkyTeam partners, passengers are provided with seamless travel to worldwide destinations. The agreement also enables members of Korean Air's frequent flyer program, Skypass, to earn mileage on all codeshare flights.

Alitalia Calls 24-Hour Strike 'Disrespectful' of Passengers

Alitalia announced a 24-hour strike called for May 25, 2015 that will force flight cancellations is "disrespectful" of passengers when the Rome airport is still suffering disruptions due to a fire two weeks ago. Alitalia announced that the strike is falsely evoking the threat of layoffs and that it was called based on issues that had already resolved with other unions representing the majority of pilots and flight attendants. The ANPAC union said it hadn't received adequate guarantees that jobs would be secured after contracts expire next February. The strike affects Alitalia and its regional subsidiary Cityliner but excludes the airports of Bari, Brindisi and Genoa. A fire two weeks ago at Rome's international airport terminal continues to have repercussions on air travel.

Etihad Airways and Alitalia Unveils Two Expo Milano Aircraft

Alitalia and Etihad Airways have unveiled two aircraft in a Expo Milano 2015 livery to mark their co-sponsorship of the global event. The airlines held joint simultaneous events at Malpensa Airport in Milan and Abu Dhabi Airport to unveil the two Airbus A330-200 aircraft. The Alitalia A330-200 and the Etihad Airways A330-200 both in the eye-catching special livery will operate their first flights on October 21 between Rome and Abu Dhabi and will carry the Expo 2015 'feeding the planet energy for life' message worldwide. The new Alitalia service will complement Etihad Airways' daily passenger flights and regular freight flights between Milan and Abu Dhabi and contribute to the two airlines' commitment to develop Malpensa as a global air cargo hub.

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