Italy’s Biggest Airline Shuts Down

Bonjour, amigo.

In the early months of the virus hoax, we talked about the transformation of the entire economy.

Mostly, this involves shutting down small businesses, but some big businesses as well.


The era of Alitalia is over.

Italy’s largest airline plans to suspend operations on Oct. 15. No new flights can be booked for travel after that date. Passengers with tickets for flights on or after Oct. 15 are being offered the option to move up their trips or request a full refund, the bankrupt airline said.

Alitalia got its start in 1946, just after the end of World War II. At its peak in the 1990s, more than 25 million passengers boarded its flights annually for destinations including Rome, Milan, New York, and beyond. It was also a favorite of Sophia Loren, who appeared in the airline’s ads in the 1960s. But the Italian flag carrier has struggled for years, despite counting another very important passenger among its frequent fliers: the pope.

Four different popes have flown Alitalia for 57 years, visiting more than 171 countries, the Diocese of Brooklyn noted. But the Vatican won’t have to struggle to find a new airline after Pope Francis’ last trip on Alitalia next month to Hungary and Slovakia.

Travel is over for the slaves, I can tell you that.

I hope you got your travel in.

They are never bringing this back.

They’re already talking about doing “climate lockdowns,” so they’re definitely not going to let you fly.

Airplanes change the weather.

It’s as obvious as the fact that we’re in the middle of a deadly pandemic and that the cops are systematically murdering black people because they hate their skin.