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The largest airline in Italy operates its last flight this Thursday

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14 October 2021 18:17 GMT

As part of that, Italy Transporto Areo (ITA), a state-owned company, will become the country’s first airline by October 15 and transform Alitalia.

Alitalia, Italy’s largest airline, will make its last flight this Thursday and will be grounded due to bankruptcy.

The last Alitalia flight from Sardinia is expected to land at Rome-Fiamicino Airport at 21:10 (GMT) Local media. The aircraft will be operated by Andrea Gioia, one of Italy’s most experienced civil aviation pilots, who has worked for the company since 1989 and has amassed approximately 15,000 flight hours.

In 2017, Alitalia went bankrupt and was placed in the hands of special executives. Similarly, restrictions on air travel caused by the corona virus exacerbated air problems. The company stopped selling tickets on August 25.

As part of that, Italy Transporto Areo (ITA), a state-owned company, will become the country’s first airline by October 15 and transform Alitalia.

  • Fialicino, the 75-year-old Italian national carrier of Alitalia, operates Italy, the 19th largest airline in the world and 94 locations. Alitalia’s navy has 83 aircraft.
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