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AVIONEWS interviews Francesco Alfonsi, Ugl Air Transport secretary

He spoke about Alitalia, Ita and the relaunch of the sector - VIDEO

AVIONEWS interviewed Francesco Alfonsi, Italian secretary of Ugl Transport Aereo. From the air transport crisis, passing through Alitalia-Ita (Italy air transport), here are the questions he answered:

What can you tell us about the current situation of Alitalia in extraordinary administration or rather what can be done to find the right balance?

Do you trust Prime Minister Mario Draghi who promised to resolve the Ita dossier quickly?

Are the demonstrations on March 1st and February 25th on the flight fund to be considered a success of the government or the trade unions?

Ugl is also very attentive to the issue of airports. You were the protagonists of the agreement with Sea for the employees of Malpensa, can you tell us more about it?

In general there are 40,000 workers in the sector in difficulty. How does Ugl plan to meet their needs?

How can we arrive at the discontinuity of Ita strongly desired by the EU?

There are also problems with licenses and authorizations: how do you see the situation of ENAC and the public bodies that should support this initiative?

We haven't talked about the future yet, what do you foresee for national air transport?

Below, the video of the interview with Alfonsi:

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