Eng: Delta, no plans to invest in the company
Delta Air Lines has no plans to invest in Ita Airways. The chief executive of the US airline, Ed Bastian, said in an interview with Reuters: “We have no plans to invest in the company. We are working on a code-sharing agreement,” said the manager. The Italian airline born from the ashes of Alitalia has started informal talks with some potential allies, both in Europe and overseas, in search of an equity partnership.
Ita, managers are looking for big salaries even if there is a risk of flop
Meanwhile, Il Fatto Quotidiano writes that “Ita Airways, in spite of the institutive law and despite the tiny fleet of about fifty planes, the thousands of employees of the former national airline not absorbed who are filing two class actions and the revenues of the first two months and a half of activity halved by the pandemic to just 86 million compared to the industrial plan, but it is already on the right track to become a mega-wage factory “.
In an article signed by Nicola Borzi, it is written that “on January 31 the board of directors of the company, wholly controlled by the Ministry of Economy and from mid-October” took over the discontinuity “from Alitalia, will discuss for the umpteenth time the new top management remuneration policy. An issue that has been on the agenda since 20 December and which has already caused considerable discontent among the directors. From a total of 800 thousand euros approved by the shareholder and to be divided between the chairman and the director delegated Fabio Lazzerini, the consultants of the Mercer company – selected by Altavilla himself – first proposed a package of 2.1 million for the president alone, then dropped to 1.5, now they assume one “.