Alitalia’s unions are holding talks with the Rome government on job losses from its rescue plan.
The airline sought bankruptcy protection on Friday as it moved towards reorganisation as a smaller, debt-free company .
The Labour Minister has said that there could be less that 5,000 job losses rather than the previously suggested 6,000 to 7,000.
A group of 16 Italian investors is expected to confirm its interest to the administrator this week in some of Alitalia’s assets.
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