Alitalia has confirmed its three-year business plan is on track for profitability by 2017 and revealed details on new initiatives it will introduce in the next few weeks. The Italian flag carrier will also launch new flights from Rome Fiumicino to Santiago, Chile, from May 2016, and to Mexico City from June 2016. This brings its number of Latin American routes to five and 10 in the Americas. In September, Alitalia reported a 2015 first-half net loss of €130 million ($144 million). The ...

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