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Airplanes and crisis. Alitalia: redundancy fund procedure opened

Rome, Italy - Shortly consultation with the unions about manners

"Alitalia sent a letter for opening of the procedure of extraordinary unemployment insurance (CIGS). The document is addressed to the unions, to the professional associations, to the Economic Development Ministry (MISE), Labor Ministry and Transports and Infrastructures Ministry (MIT). The procedure will be opened for all airline's staff, ground and crew, with an implementation initially limited according to the operating and company management needs. In the current phase, for the ground personnel CIGS will be an impact equals to the cost of 828 units. For that concerning the crew, the unemployment benefits will replace the solidarity regime previously in force and in the current phase it will have an impact equal to the cost of the same number of pilots and flight assistants: up to 190 pilots and 340 flight assistants. This action, necessary in the present situation of the carrier, integrates into the package of measures that Alitalia is adopting in order to reduce all the items of cost and make so the company as possibly economical sustainable and efficient. The airline will start as soon as possible the predicted consultation with the unions, in order to explain and discuss the applicable ways in the redundancy payment". See for details the very important original and integral document in Italian language published by AVIONEWS.

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