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Alitalia RIP?

Things are not looking at all good on the Alitalia Italian national airline front.

Intransigent Italian unions have refused to back down in negotiations aimed at saving Italy’s beleaguered national carrier.  The net result is that everyone who works for the company will probably lose their jobs.  Nice move unions!

It looks as though Alitalia’s planes will soon be heading for the clouds one last time.

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Is this then the last word?

Rest In Peace Alitalia?

Still, look on the bright side.  At least they won’t be able to go on strike!!

But there is always nationalisation, which will mean that those regular Alitalia strikes will be back with a vengeance to haunt everyone.

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