The privatization process of Ita Airways goes on. The Minister of Economy assured it, Giancarlo Giorgettiadding that the data room is open and that Lufthansa “she seems interested. We are open to all those who in some way want to participate in this operation which I confirm and which aims to find a solid industrial partner who will ensure the future of the airline”.
Yesterday though MSCthe cruise group which together with the German airline had advanced an expression of interest for the Italian carrier, announced its withdrawal from the procedure “no longer recognizing the conditions”.
According to rumors, Lufthansa has already entered the data room after the terms of the exclusive negotiation started before the summer between the previous Draghi government and the consortium formed by the Certares fund together with the Delta and Air France-Klm companies had expired in recent weeks.
The privatization process, restarted with the establishment of the new government, is developing in a profoundly different context, at least at the level of governance of Ita. The presidency of the Italian company is now Antonino Turicchi, former director general of Cdp, who has been entrusted with the powers for strategic operations and therefore also for alliances.
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