It does not receive public funding Editor in chief: CLARA MOSCHINI
Alitalia's commissioners: the "slaughter"? Or simply will to change?
Rome, Italy - Luigi Gubitosi began to remove directors brought by the Arabs. How much the cost of the subsidy to exodus?
Many directors who arrived with the CEO Cramer Ball done on purpose by James Hogan on behalf of Etihad, have left the company with the Alitalia's compulsory administration. AVIONEWS recreates the list of the main succession planning.
Nicola Dell'Edera left Alitalia last May 11 and contextually the role as vice-president Treasury & Insurance has been assigned to Cristina De Bernardinis and the responsibility of Financial Planning & Control has been assigned to Carlo RosatiJohn Shepley left last May 16 the role as Chief strategy & planning Officer and has been replaced by Massimo Iraci who remains also vice-president Network;
Robert Define left last May 17 the company and the responsibility of Digital Business has been assigned ad interim to vice-president marketing Marco MartinassoGerardo Mitelli left company and the responsibility of ICT PMO & Resources Scheduling from May 22.
Ana Maria Escobar left company last May 31 and the role as pricing & revenue Management has been assigned to Andrea BenassiAnders Ibsen left responsibility as Head of pricing & Fare Distribution at half of June.
To all these are added Alessio Vinci Corporate Communications manager who has left company at early of May; Aubrey Tiedt Chief Customer Officer, who left in April; and Giancarlo Schisano in charge of operations who has left company in the last days.
Close to exit given a few days ago as CFO Duncan Naysmith, but currently no news and confirmations about it.
A question: which is the Luigi Gubitosi's strategy behind replacement of many directors who had the confidence by Arabs?
How much the cost for Alitalia is the "subsidy to exodus" of these directors?
Other excellent "resignations" there will be in the next days to explain to unions and politics a kind of economy size?