Former Alitalia hostesses strip off for protest
In front of the town hall of Rome, Campidoglio, around 50 workers slowly took off their uniforms in silence to demonstrate against the working conditions of their colleagues, who had been reinstated by Italy's new airline ITA Airways.
ITA began flying instead of Alitalia on Friday (October 15) after the airline, which was once a symbol of Italian style and glamor, was finally floored after years of financial losses and failed rescue attempts.
The new company starts with 52 jets and 2,800 employees, compared to around 110 aircraft and 10,000 employees at Alitalia.
The Italian government will invest 1.35 billion euros over three years in the new company, which flies in the same green, white and red design as its predecessor, after winning Alitalia's cult brand for 90 million euros.
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