I airport managers They go in pressure Alitalia to pay the credits owed to them. While l’Enac Urges you to inform passengers about it Damage In baggage management that occurred after workers’ meetings and agitation status about the case eta. For Tuesday morning, a newco company called me trade unions To “examine the working conditions of ETA employees” and thus reopen discussion with workers’ representatives.
We can’t keep ignoring this carrier for some time Don’t pay airport managers and that the credits have not taken sustainable dimensions”, said the President of Assaeroporti, Carlo BorgomioDuring the Assembly, which approved the program lines for the next three years. The president stressed that “the understandable desire to favor the birth of the national reference company and better management of the company.” severe employment crisis However, it cannot be underestimateddifficult situation at airports, Also involved in the complex work of Restart And to protect thousands of jobs.”
Regarding, however, a problem travel baggageThe National Civil Aviation Authority announced that it was “following the development of the situation to prevent further inconvenience to passengers,” explaining that it “requested Alitalia to inform passengers before the flight in the event that they knew that there might be problems in the management of checked baggage.” About the institutionPrevious information would also limit gatherings Near baggage reclaim belts and in the lost and lost area of airports. “The authority also calls on passengers to inquire about Alitalia before going to the airport and limit, if possible, the boarding of checked baggage.” The authority reaffirms, “according to its institutional mission, the centrality of protecting the rights of passengers in the liberal civil aviation system.”
Meanwhile, the Lazio tar Appeal refused Ryan Air Against provisions adopted by the ENAC which provide, to protect the most vulnerable groups of passengers, thatFree seat assignment For minors and people with limited mobility near their parents or carers. For the Minister of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility, Enrico GiovaninThus “I put an end to the hate practice of some carriers of charging surcharges at the expense of those who need to be escorted, such as minors and people with disabilities.”
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