ROME — Unions for Alitalia pilots and flight attendants have called a strike for Nov. 25.
The unions say it will be the first in a series of one-day strikes to protest a plan by Italian investors to rescue the ailing airline by laying off workers and cutting routes.
Alitalia’s bankruptcy administrator has warned against strikes, but the unions said in a statement Sunday that they also plan a total of 14 days of walkouts between December and May.
The investors have made a binding offer to acquire Alitalia, and are hoping a foreign airline will eventually come aboard as a partner.
Some unions have agreed to the deal. But unions for pilots and flight attendants are unhappy about criteria for who gets laid off and for part-time workers.