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- Alitalia increases long haul capacity by seven per cent this summer
- The airline will also launch non-stop flights between Bologna and Catania from May 1, and from August four new weekly services from Bologna to Lamezia Terme and Reggio Calabria. Alitalia will also operate more domestic services from ...
- PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 8
- Barclays Plc has hired top mergers and acquisitions banker Carlo Calabria and eight of his colleagues from CMC Capital to bolster its investment bank. Calabria will become chairman of M&A in Europe, the Middle East and Africa at the bank. (bit.
- Mafia-Linked Fugitive Who Flew From Australia, Arrested in Rome
- Reports from Italy confirmed that Antonio Vottari was arrested by police at the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino airport after he tried to escape by leaving Australia.
- Alitalia launches new services from Bologna to Calabria, Lamezia Terme and
- From Guglielmo Marconi airport in Bologna Alitalia will serve four domestic destinations this summer – Rome, Catania, Lamezia Terme and Reggio Calabria – with a total of 32 weekly flights. The new Bologna to Reggio Calabria flights will depart on ...
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