Italy will not pump more public money into Alitalia, Industry Minister Stefano Patuanelli said on Saturday, warning that the troubled airline could ...
Italy’s government bought troubled national airline Alitalia a bit of breathing space Friday by extending to June a deadline for the state ...
Italian carrier says 24-hour industrial action falsely evokes the threat of layoffs
Cash-rich Etihad would be the largest single shareholder in Alitalia after the deal
Etihad plans to restructure the Rome-based airline in hope of returning to “sustainable profitability” by 2017, according to a press release.
A newspaper reported said Etihad Airways had given Alitalia until Monday to agree to the tie-up or else the Gulf carrier's proposal would no longer stand
James Hogan aims to complete negotiations on buying 49 percent of Alitalia by end of the month
Etihad recently agreed to buy a 49 percent stake in ailing Italian airline Alitalia
Alitalia and Etihad Airways will offer almost 100 flights per day to and from Milan, linking 866 cities across the globe
Alitalia’s deal is going to be Etihad’s eighth equity investment in an airline.
The development follows months of negotiations over stumbling blocks such as the debt restructuring demanded by Etihad
Italian government, banks and Alitalia shareholders agree that talks should continue with Gulf-based airline
The two airlines have been in contact since December, and in February said they had entered a "final phase" in the process
The airline came close to bankruptcy in 2013 before it was rescued in a government-engineered capital injection
Abu Dhabi airline could increase its stake in the struggling German carrier, according to media reports
Sources close to the matter say a deal could involve Etihad buying a 40 percent stake for as much as $409 million
Germany’s largest airline signals objections to tentative plan by Abu Dhabi’s state-owned Etihad
The two carriers “have entered the final phase of a due diligence process about a possible investment by Etihad Airways in Alitalia”
An Italian newspaper reported that the Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways could present an offer to invest in the struggling airline
The deal was meant to keep the loss-making carrier in the air as it seeks a new strategic partner
Etihad could take stake of up to 49 percent in struggling Italian carrier, local media report
Etihad reportedly considering a stake in the flagging Italian airline
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