Definitions

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  • proper n. The national airline of Italy.

Etymologies

From ali + Italia (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The new, streamlined Alitalia is to start operations next week.

    70 Rome flights canceled by protest

  • Alitalia is pledging to get passengers from the center of Rome to downtown Milan in three hours and 20 minutes with dedicated gates and speedier boarding — a direct challenge to the Italian Railway's high-speed train, which will soon make the trip in three hours.

    'New' Alitalia on the right path, CEO says

  • The new Alitalia is slimmer than its predecessor, with 148 aircraft from both airlines combined, compared with 173 in the old fleet, and about 12,500 employees, down from more than 23,500 between the two airlines.

    First strike hits new Alitalia

  • The new Alitalia is a private company owned by a group of Italian investors who have merged much of the old carrier's profitable assets with the much smaller Air One.

    First strike hits new Alitalia

  • Air France-KLM owns 25% of Alitalia, which is unlisted.

    Business Watch

  • Last month, Alitalia, which is losing more than €1 million ($1.57 million) a day, said its net debt at the end of January rose to nearly €1.28 billion, up 6.8% from the end of December.

    Alitalia Approves

  • Earlier in the week, Air France-KLM's board authorized management to make a binding offer for Alitalia, which is controlled by Italy's Treasury Ministry with a 49.9% stake.

    Alitalia Approves

  • Air France-KLM's revised proposal confirms 2,120 layoffs for Alitalia, which is losing more than €1 million ($1.6 million) a day and is running out of cash.

    Alitalia Unions Reject Revised Offer

  • Air France-KLM's revised proposal confirms 2,120 layoffs for Alitalia, which is losing more than €1 million ($1.58 million) a day and is running out of cash.

    Air France-KLM Sweetens Alitalia Bid

  • Earlier in the week, Air France-KLM's board authorized a binding offer for Alitalia, which is controlled by Italy's Treasury Ministry with a 49.9% stake.

    Alitalia approves a shrunken offer

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