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An apparently agitated passenger attacked a flight attendant on Alitalia Flight 329 from Paris to Rome late Sunday and asked that the flight be diverted to Tripoli, Libya, the airline said.

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Airlines monitoring radiation, making adjustments to flights in Japanupdated: Thu Mar 17 2011 11:41:00

Air carriers are watching the situation at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant closely, making contingency plans and routing adjustments to keep operations running smoothly and protect passengers and crew from radiation risks.

Air France-KLM buys stake in Alitaliaupdated: Tue Jan 13 2009 12:50:00

The board of ailing Italian airline Alitalia has accepted an offer from Air France-KLM to buy 25 percent of the company and become its international partner, Alitalia announced Monday evening.

Alitalia lands international partnerupdated: Mon Jan 12 2009 16:16:00

The board of ailing Alitalia airline has accepted an offer from Air France-KLM to buy 25 percent of the company and become its international partner, Alitalia announced Monday evening.

Alitalia sale approvedupdated: Wed Nov 19 2008 16:03:00

The Italian government has given its seal of approval for the takeover of Alitalia assets by a group of investors.

Airport chaos as strikes hit Alitalia flightsupdated: Wed Nov 12 2008 07:16:00

Italian airline Alitalia canceled more flights Wednesday amid a protest action by pilots and flight attendants. Alitalia Could be Grounded in Daysupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 18:45:00

Italian aviation authorities on Monday warned that Alitalia could be grounded within days if no deal is reached to sell the bankrupt airline

Alitalia protestsupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 15:33:00

Alitalia workers protest against plans to lay off thousands of workers as talks to save the Italian airline continue.

Alitalia flight attendants sign rescue planupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 15:33:00

Plans to revive Italy's ailing national airline took a significant step forward Monday, when a union of flight attendants signed a deal meant to keep the airplanes flying.

Key unions back Alitalia rescue planupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 14:59:00

A group of Italian investors who had withdrawn their billion-euro plan to rescue ailing national air carrier Alitalia have put the offer back on the table after one of Italy's largest trade unions agreed to the deal, the airline's special commissioner said Thursday.

Alitalia from the cockpitupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 14:59:00

As Italian airline Alitalia struggles to stay afloat, one Alitalia pilot takes CNN's Alessio Vinci down memory lane.

Funding crisis may ground Alitaliaupdated: Wed Sep 24 2008 13:37:00

The ailing Alitalia airline has until Thursday to present a report on its state of finances to the Italian civil aviation authority or face a suspension of its license to fly.

Alitalia crisis keeps Italian PM at homeupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 10:46:00

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi canceled his trip to attend this week's United Nations General Assembly so he can personally follow the crisis involving national air carrier Alitalia, senior government officials said Tuesday. What if Alitalia Fails?updated: Mon Sep 22 2008 16:00:00

With options fast disappearing, Italy's national carrier may only have a few more days left to fly

Alitalia: Investors withdraw $1.4B lifelineupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 07:15:00

A group of Italian investors has withdrawn its €1 billion ($1.4 billion) offer to save Alitalia -- putting the future of Italy's flagship airline in serious jeopardy, the company's board of directors said Thursday.

Debt-ridden Alitalia in crisis talksupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 12:28:00

Efforts to save debt-ridden Italian flag carrier Alitalia were continuing Monday night amid warnings that flights could be grounded because of the airline's inability to pay for fuel.

Reports: Berlusconi warns of Alitalia job cutsupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 09:35:00

Italian prime minister-elect Silvio Berlusconi believes Italian investors are ready to bid for ailing airline Alitalia -- but also warned that workers for the national airline faced job cuts, agencies report local media as saying.

Alitalia gets emergency loan from governmentupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 09:05:00

Troubled Italian airline Alitalia got an emergency short term loan of 300 million euros ($478 million) from the Italian government Tuesday, a government official told CNN.

Alitalia future up in the airupdated: Tue Apr 22 2008 13:12:00

The future of Alitalia looked increasingly shaky this week after Air France-KLM withdrew its takeover offer. In a statement, the French-Dutch carrier said its struggling Italian counterpart had failed to fulfill the "legal situation" after talks over a negotiation were broken off earlier this month.

Travel Troubleshooter: Rome will have to waitupdated: Mon Apr 14 2008 14:38:00

When Allison Fagerness' flight to Rome is canceled, she's forced to call off her vacation and return home. Her online travel agent, Expedia, promises a refund, but her airline, Alitalia, won't pay. What should she do?

Alitalia's board ponders takeover's collapseupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 07:16:00

Alitalia's board is meeting Tuesday to discuss the breakdown of takeover talks with Air France-KLM. The Crack of Doom for Alitaliaupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 07:45:00

A planned sale of the struggling airliner collapses as unions make new demands -- unless politicians on the left and right see the error of their ways

Troubled times for Alitaliaupdated: Thu Apr 03 2008 22:51:00

What's an airline to do when no one wants to buy it? CNN's Jim Boulden looks at the options.

Alitalia's value to buyersupdated: Tue Mar 25 2008 22:58:00

Italy's national airline is for sale, as the company loses 1.5 million a day. CNN's Alessio Vinci reports.

No govt., no deal for Alitalia buyoutupdated: Mon Mar 17 2008 12:26:00

The board of Alitalia has agreed to a buyout by Air France-KLM, a deal that still needs the approval of the Italian government. The problem is, the government is in limbo.

Alitalia clear to start sale talksupdated: Fri Dec 28 2007 12:53:00

The Italian government paved the way for the sale of state-owned airline Alitalia to Air France-KLM after it gave its blessing to exclusive talks between the two carriers on Friday.

Time running out for ailing Alitaliaupdated: Mon Dec 24 2007 02:11:00

Time is not on Alitalia's side. The ailing airline -- currently in the process of finding a buyer for the Italian government's stake in the business -- hasn't registered a profit since 2002.

CNNMoney: Stocks turn higher after openupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 09:56:00

U.S. stocks turned higher after a lower start to trading Thursday as investors considered some disappointing retail sales but awaited a plan to combat the subprime mortgage crisis.

CNNMoney: Stocks set to extend gainsupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 07:51:00

U.S. stocks were poised to extend their rally Thursday as investors were cheered by a plan to offer aid for troubled homeowners and a continued slide in oil prices, while awaiting sales reports from major retailers about the start of the holiday shopping season.

Italian strike hits planes, trainsupdated: Fri Nov 30 2007 10:20:00

Much of Italy's transit network came to a halt Friday when about 300,000 employees stayed home from work to protest what they say is a lack of investment in the transport sector.

Italy strike stalls travelupdated: Fri Nov 30 2007 10:20:00

Transport strike in Italy causes chaos. CNN's Jennifer Eccleston reports Desperation Grows At Ailing Alitaliaupdated: Fri Aug 31 2007 18:00:00

Two million euros a day. That's the amount of money Alitalia, Italy's national airline, is now hemorrhaging

Alitalia bids not flying inupdated: Mon Jul 23 2007 07:10:00

Alitalia bids not flying in

CNNMoney: Alitalia auction in shamblesupdated: Tue Jul 17 2007 07:13:00

Air One has pulled out of the bidding for Alitalia citing impossible conditions, leaving Rome's plans to auction the loss-making carrier in tatters ahead of Monday's deadline for final offers.

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Fortune: The best-dressed business travelerupdated: Thu Sep 21 2006 14:34:00

You might call Ermenegildo "Gildo" Zegna a sartorial emissary. His mission? To carry Italian elegance to all corners of the world. Since taking over the family business ten years ago, the third-gen...

Strike grounds 90 Alitalia flightsupdated: Mon Feb 21 2005 10:19:00

Alitalia, struggling to avoid bankruptcy, canceled 90 flights Monday due to a 24-hour strike by cabin crews locked in a contractual dispute with the Italian flag carrier.

Unions agree to split Alitaliaupdated: Fri Sep 24 2004 08:26:00

Alitalia has reached an agreement with unions to split the troubled airline into two, clearing the way for partial privatization.

Alitalia shares soar on union dealupdated: Mon Sep 20 2004 05:56:00

Shares in Alitalia have soared as the board of the Italian carrier prepared to approve a rescue plan that will cut jobs and slash wages in an effort to avoid collapse.

The effects of Alitalia's woes updated: Thu Sep 09 2004 12:13:00

With Italy's state-owned airline Alitalia struggling to survive, the question on business travelers minds is how it will affect them.

Unions reject Alitalia rescue planupdated: Tue Sep 07 2004 08:50:00

Italian trade unions have rejected a rescue plan put forward by Alitalia management, intended to turn the airline around with job cuts and a restructured corporate framework.

Alitalia to cancel 364 flightsupdated: Mon Jan 19 2004 00:31:00

Passengers booked on Alitalia flights could face considerable disruption Monday, as the carrier plans to cancel hundreds of flights.

Italy transport workers on strikeupdated: Fri Jan 09 2004 03:44:00

Italian bus, train and metro workers have gone on strike in various cities on Friday, disrupting transport for a second day in a row over demands for better pay.

Money Magazine: December Travel Buysupdated: Wed Dec 01 1999 00:01:00

EUROPE IN WINTER The season of our discount. European travel is on sale all winter even though museums, theaters and restaurants are largely immune to foul weather, as is much of Southern Europe. U...

Fortune: EUROPE'S SKY WARS As the European Community loosens its regulatory grip, the region's airlines gird for a full-tilt struggle to updated: Mon Nov 02 1992 00:01:00

EUROPE'S AIRLINES are going to war, albeit reluctantly. They are cutting quick deals with potential allies and whittling their forces to a lean, fearsome core. Says Frederick Reid, a Lufthansa seni...

Fortune: A fare break for Europe's flyers?updated: Mon Jan 04 1988 00:01:00

In about the same amount of time -- 2 1/2 years -- it took Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev to agree to eliminate an entire category of nuclear missiles, the Common Market's 12 transportation mi...

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