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EasyJet considers Alitalia consortium

Posted 14 February 2019 · Add Comment

In a statement issued today, easyJet has announced it is exploring the possibility of being a part of a consortium that might meet the future operational requirements of Alitalia.


Courtesy Alitalia

Following submission of easyJet's non-binding expression of interest in a restructured Alitalia in October 2018, easyJet has confirmed that it is in discussions with Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane and Delta Air Lines about forming a consortium to explore options for the future operations of Alitalia.

EasyJet stressed there is no certainty at this stage that any transaction will proceed and easyJet will provide a further update in due course, if and when appropriate.

 

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