Alitalia is rolling out a “major cabin refurbishment” across its fleet of 96 short- and mid-haul aircraft under a project due for completion by April 2016. The Italian carrier’s engineering and maintenance department will be upgrading Alitalia’s Airbus and Embraer fleets, equipping them with leather seats, wood effect bulkheads and new colored headrests. Around four aircraft per week will undergo the refit, which takes five days to complete. Alitalia has hired more ...

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