Alitalia's pilots and flight attendants still have not signed on to the revived AZ rescue plan backed by the airline's other major unions, stalling its re-launch even as Lufthansa became a possible investor. Italian investment group CAI is offering €1 billion ($1.46 billion) to save the troubled carrier and last week gained backing from CGIL, AZ's largest union representing most of its ground workers (ATWOnline, Sept. 26). CAI is hopeful that pilots and flight attendants ...

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