Former flight attendants protested at Air Italy ITA AirwaysAnd against losing their jobs and cutting salaries, by taking off their clothes.
The Italian newspaper “Toscana Claccio” indicated that the airline company ETA acquired 70% of the Alitalia police and made these changes.
Fifty former flight attendants appeared in their Alitalia uniforms, took off their clothes and chanted, “We are Alitalia,” and one of the flight attendants said: “In addition to the reduction in wages, they have lost their seniority, and were not told in advance where and when they will work.”
Flight attendants protest
The new airline retained 52 of the 110 Alitalia aircraft. However, it did announce plans for an entirely new fleet of Airbus, as well as stylish new paint and Italian-made products from crew uniforms to lounge furniture.
Alitalia announced its departure from service after 74 years, after operating its last flight last week.
And the statement stated: “A long farewell is taking place today, between the pain and anger of those who did not catch up with the company, and between regret and regret over a story whose fate may have been written in an inevitable way or perhaps it could have had another fate, of course if different decisions had been taken over the years. But history is not made of itself.