Revenues are -50%. And it’s not just Omicron’s impact
The spectrum of Alitalia? Ita Airways start flying e hole immediately i target. So much so that the top management of the company are forced to put the hands ahead on the expected hiring plan: in the first two and a half months of life, in fact, the new company of the Ministry of Economy which from 15 October flies in place of Alitalia, 50% less than the business plan: they were only cashed approximately 86 million euros.
Sure there were Omicron variant ei restrictive measures by many governments around the world that have impacted again on tourist flows, forcing all airlines to reduce their flights, but see the numbers of the neo-carrier who has taken up the legacy of the old man black hole via della Magliana, a carrier cost to the state coffers 13 billion euros in less than 50 years, smacks of a broken record.
The point on the progress of the business he did it in a hearing in the Chamber (Transport Commission) on the industrial plan and on the prospects of the company the top couple, composed by Alfredo Altavilla and from Fabio Lazzerini, respectively chairman and chief executive officer. Top-managers who have immediately specified as the mini-trend negative turnover is linked to the “effects of the pandemic, to the fact that not we won the race for Sardinia which was in the plan“And, as a third factor, the fact that”we could not start the advertising campaign for the sale of tickets until 10 October “.
“Furthermore – they added – from the moment in which the business plan at the departure of the company, the price of fuel has increased by 15%, ithe euro / dollar exchange rate worsened by 5%“. A situation that prompted Altavilla to launch a warning on the hiring plan.
In 2022, Ita will be able to hire a thousand people, of which 400 pilots And 600 flight attendants “if the hypotheses of fleet growth and network development were consistent with the macroeconomic scenario we had in business plan‘“stressed the executive chairman of Ita than after a pax found in December with the unions, on a war footing for the post-Alitalia mini-fleet of departure (52 aircraft and heavily reduced personnel, 2,141 employees at the beginning of December), plans to increase employment with hiring of up to 2,925 workers by the end of January (1,675 sailors, 1250 on land), 3,737 by April (2,364 sailors; 1,373 on land) and about 4,000 (2627 sailors; 1373 on land) by June 2022. They were 10,500 in Alitalia.
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