For a person whose largest customer is on the financial ropes, Riccardo Raimondi seems remarkably composed. The Executive VP-Aeronautical Activities of Aeroporti di Roma, which operates Romes two commercial airports, Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci and much smaller Ciampino Giovan Battista Pastine, is confident that the continued health of the properties does not rest on the survival of Alitalia. Fiumicino is more than just an Alitalia hub, he declares. That view helps to explain whyunlike ...

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