Lufthansa’s bid for Alitalia has emerged as the frontrunner as its fate still remains unclear after nearly a year since the Italian flag carrier filed for bankruptcy. Industry minister Carlo Calenda told Italian newspaper La Repubblica that Lufthansa’s bid for the airline was the “most promising.” Lufthansa has previously said it would only be interested in investing in a restructured Alitalia. Other bidders are UK LCC easyJet and Cerberus Capital ...

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