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Frédéric Gagey - Air France
It is true that Alitalia has been one of the elements pushing us to discuss the future of the joint venture, but I will not consider it as the main element.feedback
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Jul 27 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Alitalia. 37 people are quoted and you can read 44 citations of them about Alitalia. Michael O'Leary, Jean-Cyril Spinetta, Aengus Kelly and Mohamed Mubarak Fadhel Al Mazrouei, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Michael O'Leary said: “We've written to the Italian government and we've said 'look, if something untoward happens, don't worry, we will step into the breach.”.
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James Hogan - Etihad Airways

We have done all we could to support Alitalia, as a minority shareholder, but it is clear this business requires fundamental and far-reaching restructuring to survive and grow in future. Without the support of all stakeholders for that restructuring, we are not prepared to continue to invest. We therefore support the necessary decision of the Alitalia Board to apply for extraordinary administration. Italy remains an important market for us and we will continue to work with Alitalia as a commercial partner alongside our own presence in Italy.feedback

Neil Smyth - Taylor Wessing

Many airlines, particularly in the US, have used insolvency processes to drive through restructuring necessary to streamline their operations to enable them to remain competitive.feedback

Giulio Alesi

I haven't flown Alitalia in years. Do we need a domestic flag carrier? I don't think that's necessary these days.feedback

Antonio Piras

I know people are against the state to jump in. But an electoral campaign is already on and this is a moment when anything can happen.feedback

Raffaele Di Giacomo

I am absolutely for Alitalia being nationalised so that workers can keep their jobs under decent contractual terms.feedback

Andrea Giuricin

This time around the public is very divided on the issue which makes things difficult. This is why political parties like Five Star or politicians like Renzi don't yet have a clear position on the issue, are not yet certain what stand to take.feedback

Natascia Turato

It's clear Italians are opposed to governments systematically running up deficits to deal with companies in crisis.feedback

Greg Curtis

Workers need to get what they deserve but at the same time it's really difficult when they interrupt travel, it really hurts the economy.feedback

Michael O'Leary - Ryanair

We can help them by offering them cheap feed, low-cost feed into their hubs ... but that means taking out aircraft, people, and that's very difficult politically in Italy. We are still talking to them. It is nothing other than a takeover. They have been very receptive. The outcome for fares depends on what happens on Brexit and economic confidence in UK and Europe, what happens to oil, and unforeseen security events.feedback

Michael O'Leary - Ryanair

As long as profitability continues to rise from 1.25 billion (euros) last year, in line with traffic, ... I see no reason why share buy backs shouldn't continue, absent unforeseen shocks.feedback

Mohamed Mubarak Fadhel Al Mazrouei

We must ensure that the airline is the right size and the right shape. We must continue to improve cost efficiency, productivity and revenue. We must progress and adjust our airline equity partnerships even as we remain committed to the strategy.feedback

Cramer Ball - Alitalia

It is vitally important that the airline's workforce and major stakeholders, such as corporate partners, suppliers and unions, embrace and accept the radical changes we need in order to gain the next round of significant funding from our shareholders, which will be crucial for our future.feedback

Andrea Giuricin

The low-cost carriers are getting stronger, Alitalia is weak in Italy and Europe, is a tiny player in intercontinental traffic and has little money to invest. Either Etihad finds a European solution to Alitalia or lets it close up shop, although I doubt Rome would allow that.feedback

Roberto Maroni

This wildcat strike will not be allowed to continue as it is a violation of the law. It's illegal behaviour which we will counter to guarantee people the right to travel.feedback

Andrea Cavola

The number of the workers is totally insufficient and has to be looked at again. The criteria used has to be revised; if things don't change, this will be the first in a long series of strikes.feedback

Antonio Divietri

There unfortunately wasn't enough participation from the various players, and maybe not enough by the government as well because I didn't hear anything from the government on this.feedback

Antonio Tajani

The loan should be paid back by Alitalia and not by the CAI consortium. Given the fact that we don't think Alitalia is able to guarantee this repayment we ask the sale of its assets represent their real market value.feedback

Alexandre de Juniac - Air France-KLM

At the moment, Air France is in the middle of big changes, with very limited resources, and that means we have to be extremely careful.feedback

Tommaso Schioppa

A national flagship airline is something unique and that plays a key role in how a country identifies itself. But, by allowing it to join up with the world's biggest airline group it is a vote of confidence.feedback

Flavio Sordi

It is absolutely incorrect to call it a strike. Pilots are applying safety rules regarding technical maintenance.feedback

Jean-Cyril Spinetta

With regard to the connections between Milan and major European cities, we're going to maintain a very full network and by revising the schedules, we can considerably improve the service to the Italian business community flying from Milan.feedback

Jean-Cyril Spinetta

Alitalia is not ready to, as we say in French, to 'monter dans le train', to 'go in the train', not the aircraft, at the first stage. May be it will 'go in the train' in the second stage and we will have, of course, to decide this all together, Alitalia, and Air France-KLM.feedback

Rocco Sabelli - Alitalia

There are problems to be resolved, and there will be plenty more to resolve.feedback

Jean-Cyril Spinetta

We're very strictly respecting the Italian nature of Alitalia in all the agreements we've signed. The fact that the fourth largest European airline market – the Italian market – is now in stronger cooperation with the European leader – Air France-KLM – is obviously major, in terms of European consolidation.feedback

Vito Riggio

Alitalia has exactly three days to come up with a convincing plan to keep the license. If not we have to suspend its license because that's what the rules say.feedback

Massimo Muccioli

We speak for all our colleagues. Everyone will turn up for work. No holiday-makers should worry. There are planes, they are flying. Certainly the administrator has some financial problems, but we will work with him to find solutions that work.feedback

Guglielmo Epifani

It is unthinkable that a plan to re-launch an airline can go ahead against and without the representatives of the pilots and flight attendants.feedback

Silvio Berlusconi

As far as Alitalia is concerned, the Chancellor and I are agreed that the best option would be a deal between Lufthansa and Alitalia. We hope it will work.feedback

Raffaele Bonanni

It's a scandal. The government's worrying about the sale process, but Alitalia is going to be sold to people who just want to pay as little as possible.feedback

Giuseppe Caronia - Uil

We're conscious of the fact there's no alternative, so we're trying to work along those lines. And we do think there is reason to be moderately optimistic.feedback

Luigi Angeletti - Uil

We've done all we can to guarantee jobs for the majority of workers at Alitalia. We have also guaranteed the rest 80 percent of their salary, a condition unique to other workers in Italy.feedback

Italo Bocchino

The government's plan will not only save Alitalia, which is not going to find a buyer in its current state, but will re-launch it as a major European carrier.feedback

Paolo Ferrero

This is worse than the Air France plan, because there will be more job losses, it will cost more, and it will destroy the company.feedback

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