The chief commissioner controlling Italian flag carrier Alitalia has said he is confident the company can be saved, but changes must be made. Luigi Gubitosi, one of three commissioners appointed after Alitalia was placed in extraordinary administration—the Italian equivalent of US Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection—said there should be a greater focus on long-haul services and a “more complementary” arrangement with the country’s rail system for domestic ...

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