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ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMRO
July 24, 2015
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
Rome, Italy
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMRA
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMR8
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMPJ
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMPH
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMPG
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMPF
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMPD
July 24, 2015
An Alitalia worker talks with a passenger during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia worker talks with a passenger during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
An Alitalia worker talks with a passenger during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMOV
July 24, 2015
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino...
Passengers await their flight during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMNG
July 24, 2015
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
Rome, Italy
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers...
People walk in the Alitalia departure hall during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTX1LMMZ
July 24, 2015
People walk past an Alitalia advertising poster during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia...
Rome, Italy
People walk past an Alitalia advertising poster during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia...
People walk past an Alitalia advertising poster during a strike by Italy's national airline Alitalia workers at Fiumicino international airport in Rome, Italy July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-TURKEY/MIDEAST
RTR4G4UP
November 30, 2014
Pope Francis is seen through a window aboard his plane as he leaves Istanbul, November 30, 2014. Pope...
Istanbul, Turkey
Pope Francis is seen through a window aboard his plane as he leaves Istanbul
Pope Francis is seen through a window aboard his plane as he leaves Istanbul, November 30, 2014. Pope Francis said Islamic militants were carrying out a "profoundly grave sin against God" in Syria and Iraq, calling on Sunday for inter-religious dialogue and action against poverty to help end the conflicts there. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ALITALIA-ETHIAD/
RTR40SAC
July 31, 2014
A passenger checks-in at an Alitalia machine at Fiumicino airport in Rome July 31, 2014. Italy's loss-making...
Rome, Italy
A passenger checks-in at an Alitalia machine at Fiumicino airport in Rome
A passenger checks-in at an Alitalia machine at Fiumicino airport in Rome July 31, 2014. Italy's loss-making flag carrier Alitalia is working on a final proposal to present to Etihad on Thursday in a push to lock in an investment by the Abu Dhabi-based airline, a person close to Alitalia shareholders said on Wednesday. Etihad's plans to take a 49 percent stake in Alitalia, which has made a profit only a few times in its 68-year history, has been held up by disagreements over Alitalia's 800 million euro ($1.07 billion) debt pile, and plans for job cuts that have stoked outrage among Italian unions. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ALITALIA-ETHIAD
RTR40S6Z
July 31, 2014
A street vendor selling sandwiches is seen as an Alitalia Airbus A330-200 airplane approaches to land...
Rome, Italy
A street vendor selling sandwiches is seen as an Alitalia Airbus A330 airplane approaches to land at...
A street vendor selling sandwiches is seen as an Alitalia Airbus A330-200 airplane approaches to land at Fiumicino airport in Rome July 31, 2014. Italy's loss-making flag carrier Alitalia is working on a final proposal to present to Etihad on Thursday in a push to lock in an investment by the Abu Dhabi-based airline, a person close to Alitalia shareholders said on Wednesday. Etihad's plans to take a 49 percent stake in Alitalia, which has made a profit only a few times in its 68-year history, has been held up by disagreements over Alitalia's 800 million euro ($1.07 billion) debt pile, and plans for job cuts that have stoked outrage among Italian unions. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
EU-ALITALIA/
RTX14B3M
October 14, 2013
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome October 14, 2013. Italy...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome October 14, 2013. Italy will have to notify a planned government-led 500-million-euro bailout of near-bankrupt airline Alitalia to EU regulators who will then assess whether the measure complies with EU state aid rules, the European Commission said on Monday. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
POPE-AFRICA/
RTR2U6MS
November 18, 2011
Pope Benedict XVI answers questions from journalists at a news conference during his flight to Benin...
Cotonou, Benin
Pope Benedict XVI answers questions from journalists at a news conference during his flight to Benin
Pope Benedict XVI answers questions from journalists at a news conference during his flight to Benin November 18, 2011.Pope Benedict, arriving on his second trip to Africa as Roman Catholic leader, on Friday urged African nations to resist the temptation to surrender to market forces as they grow and modernise. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (Tags: RELIGION)
POPE/
RTR2DQ2I
May 11, 2010
Pope Benedict XVI is seen aboard his plane as he leaves for his pastoral visit to Portugal at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Pope Benedict XVI is seen aboard his plane as he leaves for his pastoral visit to Portugal at Fiumicino...
Pope Benedict XVI is seen aboard his plane as he leaves for his pastoral visit to Portugal at Fiumicino international airport in Rome May 11, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
POPE/
RTR2DQ17
May 11, 2010
Pope Benedict XVI waves from the platform at the top of the stairs before boarding his plane to Portugal...
Rome, Italy
Pope Benedict XVI waves from the platform at the top of the stairs before boarding his plane to Portugal...
Pope Benedict XVI waves from the platform at the top of the stairs before boarding his plane to Portugal at Fiumicino international airport in Rome May 11, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION TRANSPORT)
ALITALIA/
RTR23CCO
January 13, 2009
A passenger checks in at an Alitalia desk at Fiumicino airport near Rome January 13, 2009. Alitalia,...
Milan, Italy
Passenger checks in at Alitalia desk at Fiumicino airport near Rome
A passenger checks in at an Alitalia desk at Fiumicino airport near Rome January 13, 2009. Alitalia, the airline that has flown popes and prima donnas, took to the skies as a revamped, privately owned carrier on Tuesday after nearly being grounded for good. Once the symbol of Italy's post-war economic boom, Alitalia filed for bankruptcy last year, succumbing to labour strife, high costs and mismanagement. A group of Italian investors bought its best parts, leaving the rest to the Italian state. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/AIRFRANCEKLM
RTR23BKB
January 12, 2009
An Alitalia pilot (R) holds a banner reading: "Monday January 12, 2009. The Italian airline company is...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia pilot holds a banner as colleagues chat during a demonstration in Rome
An Alitalia pilot (R) holds a banner reading: "Monday January 12, 2009. The Italian airline company is dead." as colleagues chat during a demonstration in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia's board has approved the sale of a minority stake in the reshaped airline to Air France-KLM, a source close to Alitalia told Reuters. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/AIRFRANCEKLM
RTR23BIU
January 12, 2009
An Alitalia worker holds a candle during a demonstration in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia's board has...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia worker holds a candle during a demonstration in Rome
An Alitalia worker holds a candle during a demonstration in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia's board has approved the sale of a minority stake in the reshaped airline to Air France-KLM, a source close to Alitalia told Reuters.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22T4K
December 23, 2008
An Alitalia jet takes off over another three parked at Fiumicino airport in Rome December 23, 2008. ...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia jet takes off over another three parked at Fiumicino airport in Rome
An Alitalia jet takes off over another three parked at Fiumicino airport in Rome December 23, 2008. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22T14
December 23, 2008
A woman demands a refund from an Alitalia employee (L) after hundreds of people were left stranded without...
Rome, Italy
Woman demands a refund from an Alitalia employee after hundreds of people were left stranded without...
A woman demands a refund from an Alitalia employee (L) after hundreds of people were left stranded without hotel vouchers for two days at Fiumicino airport in Rome December 23, 2008. Scores of passengers were still stranded on Tuesday due to labour unrest the day before at Alitalia, where over one hundred flights were delayed or cancelled. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXAPS7
November 18, 2008
An Alitalia jet makes a landing approach at Fiumicino airport in Rome November 18, 2008. Labour strife...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia jet makes a landing approach at Fiumicino airport in Rome
An Alitalia jet makes a landing approach at Fiumicino airport in Rome November 18, 2008. Labour strife has repeatedly scuppered Alitalia's efforts to restructure but, for once, wildcat strikes aimed at thwarting the Italian airline's takeover seem unable to put the brakes on a deal. While hundreds of flight cancellations dominate headlines as protests enter their second week, the CAI consortium of Italian businessmen is quietly but swiftly nearing the finish line in its bid to buy and relaunch the bankrupt flag carrier. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXAHE2
November 11, 2008
Passengers walk with their luggage in front an advertisement banner reading "Fiumicino flights" at the...
Rome, Italy
Passengers walk with their luggage in front an advertisement banner reading "Fiumicino flights" at the...
Passengers walk with their luggage in front an advertisement banner reading "Fiumicino flights" at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome November 11, 2008. Dozens of Alitalia flights were cancelled for a second day on Tuesday after protests by airline staff opposed to a takeover by a business consortium had forced the cancellation of about 100 flights on Monday, with the government threatening tough action against the strikers. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXAHDY
November 11, 2008
Passengers sit with their luggage at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome November 11, 2008. Dozens...
Rome, Italy
Passengers sit with their luggage at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome
Passengers sit with their luggage at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome November 11, 2008. Dozens of Alitalia flights were cancelled for a second day on Tuesday after protests by airline staff opposed to a takeover by a business consortium had forced the cancellation of about 100 flights on Monday, with the government threatening tough action against the strikers. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXAHDV
November 11, 2008
Passengers sit with their luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport...
Rome, Italy
Passengers sit with their luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport...
Passengers sit with their luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome November 11, 2008. Dozens of Alitalia flights were cancelled for a second day on Tuesday after protests by airline staff opposed to a takeover by a business consortium had forced the cancellation of about 100 flights on Monday, with the government threatening tough action against the strikers. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXAHDR
November 11, 2008
A passenger sits with his luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport...
Rome, Italy
A passenger sits with his luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport...
A passenger sits with his luggage on an Alitalia check-in desk at the Fiumicino International airport in Rome November 11, 2008. Dozens of Alitalia flights were cancelled for a second day on Tuesday after protests by airline staff opposed to a takeover by a business consortium had forced the cancellation of about 100 flights on Monday, with the government threatening tough action against the strikers. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTX8Y0E
September 26, 2008
An Alitalia pilot holds his little dog under his jacket in front of the Montecitorio Palace in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia pilot holds his little dog under his jacket in front of the Montecitorio Palace in Rome
An Alitalia pilot holds his little dog under his jacket in front of the Montecitorio Palace in Rome September 26, 2008. German airline Lufthansa met Alitalia's unions on Friday to discuss a possible stake in the struggling airline as Italy pushed to wrap up labour talks to seal an investor bailout. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTX8X2Q
September 25, 2008
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 25, 2008. Four...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 25, 2008. Four major unions including Italy's biggest threw their support behind an investor bailout of flag carrier Alitalia, breathing life into a deal that seemed all but dead and averting the risk of grounded flights for now. The deal brokered by the government on Thursday between the unions and the CAI investor group should be enough to prevent Italy's aviation agency from revoking Alitalia's licence to fly, the commissioner overseeing its bankruptcy said. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTX8X2D
September 25, 2008
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 25, 2008. Four...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 25, 2008. Four major unions including Italy's biggest threw their support behind an investor bailout of flag carrier Alitalia, breathing life into a deal that seemed all but dead and averting the risk of grounded flights for now. The deal brokered by the government on Thursday between the unions and the CAI investor group should be enough to prevent Italy's aviation agency from revoking Alitalia's licence to fly, the commissioner overseeing its bankruptcy said. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTX8WTJ
September 25, 2008
An Alitalia pilot attends a meeting with the representative of their unions at the Fiumicino international...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia pilot attends a meeting with the representative of their unions at the Fiumicino international...
An Alitalia pilot attends a meeting with the representative of their unions at the Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 25, 2008. Four major unions including Italy's biggest threw their support behind an investor bailout of flag carrier Alitalia, breathing life into a deal that seemed all but dead and averting the risk of grounded flights for now. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/BERLUSCONI
RTX8VDR
September 24, 2008
An Alitalia plane takes off, next to a statue of Leonardo Da Vinci, from Fiumicino international airport...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia plane takes off, next to a statue of Leonardo Da Vinci, from Fiumicino international airport...
An Alitalia plane takes off, next to a statue of Leonardo Da Vinci, from Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 24, 2008. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said national airline Alitalia had no alternative to an offer from an Italian investor consortium which was formally withdrawn last week. But foreign airlines such as Air France-KLM, British Airways and Lufthansa could all still take a minority stake in the airline, Berlusconi said. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/BERLUSCONI
RTX8VD1
September 24, 2008
Alitalia planes are seen on the tarmac at Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 24, 2008....
Rome, Italy
Alitalia planes are seen on the tarmac at Fiumicino international airport in Rome
Alitalia planes are seen on the tarmac at Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 24, 2008. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said national airline Alitalia had no alternative to an offer from an Italian investor consortium which was formally withdrawn last week. But foreign airlines such as Air France-KLM, British Airways, and Lufthansa could all still take a minority stake in the airline, Berlusconi said. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTX8T2B
September 22, 2008
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 22, 2008. Alitalia...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome
An Alitalia plane approaches to land at Fiumicino international airport in Rome September 22, 2008. Alitalia will lose its operating licence if a special administrator making a last-ditch attempt to sell the airline does not present Italy's aviation authority with a convincing new offer or cost-cutting plan by Thursday. Following the withdrawal of an Italian rescue bid because of opposition by pilots and cabin crew, the government-appointed administrator made a last attempt on Monday to attract offers, although previous bids to find a foreign buyer have failed. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/GROUNDED
RTR221TS
September 19, 2008
An Alitalia airplane is parked at Fiumicino airport near Rome September 19, 2008. Italy's civil aviation...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia airplane is parked at Fiumicino airport near Rome
An Alitalia airplane is parked at Fiumicino airport near Rome September 19, 2008. Italy's civil aviation authority ENAC will ground Alitalia flights in 7-10 days from next Monday if the special administrator does not present a new rescue plan to them that day, a source at ENAC said on Friday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22141
September 18, 2008
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18,...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Italian airline Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. All members of the CAI consortium voted to abandon the offer -- a blow to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who used his business connections and political sway to persuade investors to bid for the 20,000-staff flag carrier and keep it Italian.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR2213Y
September 18, 2008
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18,...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Italian airline Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. All members of the CAI consortium voted to abandon the offer -- a blow to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who used his business connections and political sway to persuade investors to bid for the 20,000-staff flag carrier and keep it Italian.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR2213H
September 18, 2008
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18,...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome
Alitalia workers listen to union leaders during a meeting at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Italian airline Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. All members of the CAI consortium voted to abandon the offer -- a blow to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who used his business connections and political sway to persuade investors to bid for the 20,000-staff flag carrier and keep it Italian.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR2211M
September 18, 2008
An Alitalia worker holds up a noose during a protest against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia worker holds up noose during protest against sale of Italian airline in Rome
An Alitalia worker holds up a noose during a protest against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR22114
September 18, 2008
Alitalia workers leave at the end of a protest against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino airport...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers leave at end of protest against sale of Italian airline in Rome
Alitalia workers leave at the end of a protest against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR2210X
September 18, 2008
An Alitalia pilot protests against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia pilot protests against sale of Italian airline in Rome
An Alitalia pilot protests against the sale of the Italian airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR2210S
September 18, 2008
Italian airline Alitalia workers protest against the sale of the airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Italian airline Alitalia workers protest against sale of airline in Rome
Italian airline Alitalia workers protest against the sale of the airline at Fiumicino airport in Rome September 18, 2008. Alitalia faced the prospect of liquidation after a business group that had mounted a rescue bid withdrew its offer on Thursday, citing union opposition. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ALITALIA/
RTR220WC
September 18, 2008
Alitalia pilots stand outside Clerici Palace downtown in Milan September 18, 2008. Italian consortium...
Milan, Italy
Alitalia pilots stand outside Clerici Palace downtown in Milan
Alitalia pilots stand outside Clerici Palace downtown in Milan September 18, 2008. Italian consortium CAI confirmed on Thursday that it had withdrawn its offer to buy Alitalia giving the special administrator no apparent choice but to liquidate the airline. The group of Italian investors decided unanimously to pull out in the face of union opposition over the job cuts involved in their proposed rescue plan.The collapse of the deal will be a political blow to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini ( ITALY )
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Alitalia Faces Liquidation As Buyers Pull Out - 18 Sep 2008
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ALITALIA/
RTR21ZKO
September 17, 2008
An Alitalia worker holds a banner reading "today it is our turn, tomorrow it will be yours" outside Fiumicino...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia worker holds a banner outside Fiumicino International airport in Rome
An Alitalia worker holds a banner reading "today it is our turn, tomorrow it will be yours" outside Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 17, 2008. Alitalia cancelled 40 flights on Wednesday as the airline continued bleeding money and the government summoned restless unions for what could be the last round of talks to save it from going bust. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR21ZKA
September 17, 2008
An Alitalia worker blows a Pinocchio-shaped whistle as she protests outside Fiumicino International Airport...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia worker blows in a whistle shaping Pinocchio as she protests outside Fiumicino International...
An Alitalia worker blows a Pinocchio-shaped whistle as she protests outside Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 17, 2008. Alitalia cancelled 40 flights on Wednesday as the airline continued bleeding money and the government summoned restless unions for what could be the last round of talks to save it from going bust. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR21ZJH
September 17, 2008
An Alitalia worker holds a banner reading "Italian vultures company" outside Fiumicino International...
Rome, Italy
An Alitalia worker holds a banner outside Fiumicino International Airport in Rome
An Alitalia worker holds a banner reading "Italian vultures company" outside Fiumicino International Airport in Rome September 17, 2008. Alitalia cancelled 40 flights on Wednesday as the airline continued bleeding money and the government summoned restless unions for what could be the last round of talks to save it from going bust. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR21X5B
September 15, 2008
An Alitalia pilot marches towards government offices during a protest in central Rome September 15, 2008....
Rome, Italy
Alitalia pilot marches towards government offices during a protest in central Rome
An Alitalia pilot marches towards government offices during a protest in central Rome September 15, 2008. Alitalia's biggest unions clinched an initial deal with the airline's potential buyers on Monday, raising hopes it could avoid collapse, but pilots balked and flights risked being grounded for a lack of cash to buy fuel. Italy's four main unions -- CGIL, CISL, UIL and UGL -- and a consortium offering to buy Alitalia agreed to the rough outline of a rescue plan that would cut about 3,000 jobs but leave 12,500 workers at the slimmed-down airline. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR21VRU
September 14, 2008
Alitalia workers listen to a union leader during a protest march through Fiumicino airport in Rome September...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers listen to a union leader during a protest march through Fiumicino airport in Rome
Alitalia workers listen to a union leader during a protest march through Fiumicino airport in Rome September 14, 2008. The Italian government scrambled for a deal with airline workers on Sunday in a bid to save Alitalia from imminent collapse. With Alitalia's operating licence in jeopardy and the likelihood that it will have to ground flights from Monday due to a lack of fuel, the airline's unions faced a stark choice between a rescue plan with job and salary cuts and pushing the carrier toward liquidation. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR21RXA
August 28, 2008
A road sign outside Alitalia's headquarters reads in Italian "Alitalia Group, goodbye" in Rome August...
Rome, Italy
Road sign outside Alitalia's headquarters reads in Italian "Alitalia Group, goodbye" in Rome
A road sign outside Alitalia's headquarters reads in Italian "Alitalia Group, goodbye" in Rome August 26, 2008. Italy's government has approved amending bankruptcy law, a source familiar with the matter said on August 28, 2008, paving the way for a breakup of Alitalia SpA and a bankruptcy filing for its troubled units. During a cabinet meeting over Alitalia the government approved a decree and a draft law that would modify the Marzano law used in cases of financial crisis at major Italian companies, the source said. Picture taken August 26, 2008. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
EU-ALITALIA/
RTR1ZUFN
April 24, 2008
General view of Alitalia's headquarters in Rome April 24, 2008. The European Commission said on Thursday...
Rome, Italy
General view of Alitalia's headquarters in Rome
General view of Alitalia's headquarters in Rome April 24, 2008. The European Commission said on Thursday it would tell Italy it had doubts over the legality of Rome's plan for an emergency loan to keep struggling airline Alitalia afloat, as rival airlines also voiced opposition. The Italian government decided on Tuesday to give Alitalia the 300 million euro ($473 million) loan to keep it flying until a new buyer is found, after Air France-KLM pulled out of a deal this week. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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April 15, 2008
The plane carrying Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, April 15,...
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES
The plane carrying Pope Benedict XVI touches down at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland
The plane carrying Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, April 15, 2008. The Pope is beginning a six-day trip to the United States, during which he will pray at Ground Zero in New York, address the United Nations and try to heal wounds from a sexual abuse scandal. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
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April 15, 2008
Shepherd One carrying Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, April 15,...
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES
Shepherd One carrying Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington
Shepherd One carrying Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, April 15, 2008. The Pope is beginning a six-day trip to the United States, during which he will pray at Ground Zero in New York, address the United Nations and try to heal wounds from a sexual abuse scandal. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
ALITALIA/
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April 10, 2008
Workers of Alitalia's maintenence arm Atitech demonstrate in front of Trevi fountain in Rome April 10,...
Rome, Italy
Workers of Alitalia's maintenence arm Atitech demonstrate in front of Trevi fountain in Rome
Workers of Alitalia's maintenence arm Atitech demonstrate in front of Trevi fountain in Rome April 10, 2008. Italy's government on Thursday sought to convince Alitalia's unions that a takeover by Air France-KLM was the ailing carrier's only option, telling labour groups they had one last chance to agree to a deal. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ALITALIA/PLAN
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April 10, 2008
Members of Italy's pilots union take part in a protest in downtown Rome April 10, 2008. The Italian government...
Rome, Italy
Members of Italy's pilots union take part in a protest in downtown Rome
Members of Italy's pilots union take part in a protest in downtown Rome April 10, 2008. The Italian government will present Air France-KLM with a plan next week aimed at persuading it to return to takeover talks with Alitalia , a government official said on Thursday, according to a source at a meeting between the government and unions. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
Business and Finance
Business and Finance
Alitalia Unions in Crunch Talks, Flights Cancelled - 11 Sep 2008
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ALITALIA/
RTR1Z38T
April 04, 2008
Members of Italy's pilots' union arrive for a news conference by Alitalia's unions in Rome April 3, 2008....
Rome, Italy
Members of Italy's pilots' union arrive for a news conference by Alitalia's unions in Rome
Members of Italy's pilots' union arrive for a news conference by Alitalia's unions in Rome April 3, 2008. Italy's government scrambled to salvage Air France-KLM's collapsed deal to buy Alitalia on Thursday, promising to keep the airline flying despite a looming cash crisis. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AIRFRANCE/ALITALIA
RTR1YYFG
March 31, 2008
Alitalia workers sit during a protest outside the Alitalia headquarters in Rome March 31, 2008. Air France-KLM...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers sit during a protest outside the Alitalia headquarters in Rome
Alitalia workers sit during a protest outside the Alitalia headquarters in Rome March 31, 2008. Air France-KLM said the success of its offer for ailing rival Alitalia was in the hands of its Italian partners as unions in Italy continue to battle against its plans. The situation at loss-making Alitalia was "difficult", Air France Chief Operating Officer Pierre-Henri Gourgeon told journalists at a news conference in London on Monday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
Transport
Transport
Air France-KLM Buy Alitalia - 17 Mar 2008
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