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FOUNDED IN 1993. FORMERLY LAUDA AIR ITALY. A K A: LAUDA AIR ITALIA. REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGERS & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
VIA GIOVANNI XXIII, 206
AEROPORTO MILANO MALPENSA
CARDANO AL CAMPO I-21010, ITALY
ITALY (ITALIAN REPUBLIC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1861, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 301,268 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 58 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ROME, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ITALIAN.
NOVEMBER 1995: LAUDA AIR ITALY (LDI) SUSPENDED ALL SCHEDULED SERVICES.
767-300ER (VN671) RE-REGISTERED AS (OE-LAT).
JULY 1996: OPERATES AS LAUDA AIR ITALY (LDI).
LAUDA AIR (LAL) OWNS 33%.
TO HERAKLION, & RHODES, CARIBBEAN (BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, MONTEGO BAY, ST MAARTEN, & SANTO DOMINGO).
HAS 120 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS), & HAS APPLIED FOR 180 MINUTES (ETOPS) APPROVAL.
NEW ROUTE TO FORT LAUDERDALE.
SEPTEMBER 1996: 2ND 767-300, LAUD AIR (LAL) LEASED FOR WINTER MONTHS.
MAY 1997: 151 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 118 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 12 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
OCTOBER 1997: WITH ARRIVAL OF 777 AT LAUDA AIR (LAL), TRANSFERRED 1 767-300 (VL011) TO LAUDA AIR ITALY (LDI).
SEPTEMBER 1998: 3RD 767-33AER (27909), EX-LAUDA AIR (LAL), IN JANUARY 1999, AWAS (AWW) LEASED.
OCTOBER 1998: GOVERNMENT GIVES T OK FOR SERVICES TO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, AND MALAYSIA.
JANUARY 1999: SCHEDULED SERVICE TO ORLANDO.
3RD 767-33AER (276909) DELIVERY.
MARCH 1999: ENIO FRIGERI, QUALITY ASSURACE MANAGER, EX-AIR EUROPE ITALY (EIY), REPLACES FRANCO RUGGIERO, WHO RETIRED.
APRIL 1999: 151 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 118 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 12 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MAY 1999: IN ADDITION TO 3 767-300ER'S, ALSO LEASES 767'S PART-TIME FROM BOTH LAUDA AIR (LAL), AND EUROFLY (EUY), AS NEEDED. 2ND CRJ, LAUDA AIR (LAL) LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 1999: 767-33AER (591, OE-LAS) TO BE LEASED TO (LTU), IN OCTOBER 1999, FOR 5 MONTHS.
NOVEMBER 1999: 2 767-3Z9ER'S, LAUDA AIR (LAL) LEASED (448-26417, OE-LAW; 467-27095, OE-LAX).
APRIL 2000: 151 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 118 FC, & 12 MT).
MAY 2000: 1 767-300ER RETURNED TO LAUDA AIR (LAL).
JUNE 2000: IN JULY 2000, MALPENSA - OSAKA KANZAI (767-300ER, WEEKLY).
SEPTEMBER 2000: 1 737-4Z9, (LAL) WET-LEASED, FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN, PRIMARILY TO NORTH AFRICA.
DECEMBER 2000: ALTHOUGH OUSTED AS CHAIRMAN OF LAUDA (LAL) BY AUSTRIAN AIRLINES (AUL) CONTROL, NIKI LAUDA WILL REMAIN CHAIRMAN OF LAUDA AIR ITALY (LDI), AND FLY (LDI)'S 767-300ER'S TO MAINTAIN HIS PILOT'S LICENSE. THIS IS BECAUSE IN ITALY THE LEGAL SITUATION IS DIFFERENT, SINCE (LAL) OWNS 33% OF (LDI), BUT THE REST OF THE CAPITAL IS HELD BY VOLANTE, OF WHICH NIKI LAUDA OWNS 20%.
APRIL 2001: 425 EMPLOYEES. SITA: MILDPNG.
JUNE 2001: 767-3Z9ER (165-23765, OE-LAU) WET-LEASED TO AIR ATLANTA ICELANDIC (AID).
DECEMBER 2001: TO ANTIGUA, & TO ROCK SOUND (767 WEEKLY CHARTER), CONTINUES CHARTERS TO CARTAJENA, MACEIO, PANAMA CITY, SALVADOR DE BAHIA, AND SAN ANDRES. TO BARBADOS - SANTO DOMINGO (WEEKLY CHARTER).
April 2002: 425 employees. SITA: MILDPNG.
(Telephone: +39 (0331) 759 300). (FAX: +39 (0331) 230 467).
Owners/Shareholders: Volante Srl (67%); Lauda Air (LAL) (33%).
Main Base: Milan (Malpensa) (MXP).
Domestic, scheduled services: Rome.
International, scheduled services: Antigua; Barbados; Cancun; Ciego de Avila; Columbo; Havana; La Romana; Male; Montego Bay; Punta Cana; Santiago; & Santo Domingo.
May 2002: Maintenance contract for "C" checks on 3 767-300ER's, to FLS Aerospace (ATD).
July 2002: Applies for several routes to the Caribbean.
August 2002: Plans charter service to Canada.
November 2002: 3 orders (Nobember 2003) A330-200's (Trent 700), (ILF) 10 year leased, with 10-year engine service agreement with (RR). These airplanes will replace 3 767-300ER's. 2 orders (may 2003) A321-211's (V2500), 196 PAX, leased.
December 2002: To adopt a new gray and orange color scheme.
Resumes Milan - Maceio/Recife (weekly charter service).
Fiscal Year (FY) 2001 = +$2.97M (net profit).
1 767-300ER wet-leased to new startup, East African Safari Air.
March 2003: Selects (ARINC) to provide GLOBALink voice/data services for 3 A330-200's.
Lauda Air Italy (LDI) will be sold in April 2003 to Viaggi del Ventaglio, when this tour operator acquires the 60% shareholding held by Volante, a company controlled by Niki Lauda, for $11M. The airline will be renamed "Livingston" as part of a new holding company called Livingston Aviation, operating 2 A321's.
April 2003: A321-231 (1950, LY-AGQ), SALE (SIL) leased.
May 2003: A321-231 (1970, I-LIVB), (SIL) leased.
July 2003: 3rd A321-231 (I-LIVC "Boavista"), (SIL) leased. Will be operated in the Mediterranean region on behalf of Gruppo Ventaglio and other Italian tour operators, including daily flights through September 2003, to Sardinia on behalf of Air One (ADH).
September 2003: 2002 = 2.82B RPK (traffic) (-15.8%); -15.4% ASK (capacity); 83.6% LF (load factor) (-.5); 400K passengers (PAX) (-14.6%).
2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES TRAFFIC (RPK) (Billions):
135 (CYP) 3.31; 136 (ETH) 3.29; 137 (GOT) 3.22; 138 (MWX) 3.19; 139 (ICE) 3.19; 140 (XIH) 3.14; 141 (IBW) 3.09; 142 (COP) 3.03; 143 (ALG) 2.98; 144 (DAT) 2.97; 145 (APC) 2.87; 146 (EBA) 2.84; 147 (LDI) 2.82; 148 (SIC) 2.82; 149 (MLT) 2.75; 150 (WLD) 2.69; 151 (ALO) 2.61.
767-300ER (PW4060) (377-25137), ex-(TWA), (ILF) 15 month leased.
October 2003: 767-3Z9ER (467-27095, OE-LAX) returned to Lauda Air (LAL).
December 2003: A330-322 (143, C-FRAE), Skyservice (SKB) wet-leased.
February 2004: Contract with EADS Sogerma Services for total support package for 3 A330-200's including heavy checks, component Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO), & spares support, as well as line maintenance at Milan Malpensa (MXP).
A321-231 (792, I-LIVD), leased.
July 2004: A330-243 (597, I-LIVN), (ILF) leased.
October 2004: A330-243 (627, I-LIVL "Andilana"), (ILF) leased.
April 2006: 737-8Q8 (30667, HA-LOH), Malev (HGA) wet-leased.
May 2006: Employees = 356 (including 51 Flight Crew (FC); 227 Cabin Attendants (CA) & 78 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
LAUDA AIR ITALIA:
(IATA) Code: L4 - 857. (ICAO) Code: LDI.
October 2007: AWAS (AWW) finalized the acquisition of an A321 to Livingston (LDI) from Bank of China Aviation. Livingston (LDI) is the Italian leisure carrier owned by the Ventaglio Group, AWAS (AWW) said.
May 2008: Livingston (LDI) moves its flights to Milan Malpensa (MXP) Terminal 1.
June 2008: Uses e-tickets only.
September 2008: Code share for the winter season with Eurofly (EUY) offering flights to the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, Antigua, Jamaica, St Lucia and Barbados (operated with Livingston (LDI) airplanes) and the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Tanzania and the Seychelles (operated with Eurofly (EUY) airplanes). Thanks to 7 brand new A330-200s, based at Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) (in addition to those based at Rome Fiumicino and Bologna airports), the two carriers expect to handle approximately 300,000 passengers over the season.
August 2010: Livingston Energy Flight (LDI) has launched new long haul services:
Milan Malpensa - Antigua: weekly A330-200 service
Milan Malpensa - Sal: weekly A321-200 service
September 2010: Livingston (LDI) operates a scheduled and charter flights network, offering direct flights connecting Italian cities to a range of holiday destinations in the Caribbean, Central & South America, the Indian Ocean, Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East. All flights are operated on behalf of Viaggio del Ventaglio, one of the country's largest tour operators.
Employees = 144.
(IATA) Code: LM - 857. (ICAO) Code: NLV - (Callsign - LIVINGSTON).
Parent organization/shareholders: Viaggi del Ventaglio Group - one of the Italy's largest tour operators) (100%).
Main Base: Milan Malpensa airport (MXP). SITA: MILCSL4.
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Bologna; Milan; & Naples.
International, scheduled destinations: Luxor; Sal, & Sharm el Sheikh.
October 2010: Italian authorities have suspended the air operating certificate (AOC) of carrier Livingston (LDI), after determining that the airline is unable to meet European criteria on sustainable business.
(LDI) had been using A330 and A321 twinjets, but was undergoing a fleet renewal as part of a restructuring exercise. This renewal meant bringing in wet-leased 767s from Portugal's EuroAtlantic (MAE), to be used on its long-haul services. (MAE) was also lined up, says (LDI), to provide 757s to operate routes in place of the A321s.
But (LDI) subsequently halted operations after a warning from Italian civil aviation administration (ENAC) that it was failing to meet the "business continuity" requirements under European law. (ENAC) then formally suspended the airline's air operating certificate (AOC).
Livingston (LDI) emerged in 2003 as a leisure flights operator and, two years later, took over assets from Lauda Air Italia (LAL).
January 2012: Livingstone Energy Flight (LDI) has been acquired by a group of investors led by Riccardo Toto, the son of Air One (ADH) founder, Carlo Toto. It is planning to resume passenger charter operations from Milan Malpensa and other airports in 2012 under new ownership.
August 2012: Livingston Air (LDI) has temporarily taken over some of the routes left unserved following the collapse of Italian low-cost carrier (LCC) Windjet (WJT). Livingston (LDI) is operating some flights from Catania Fontanarossa (CTA) to Barcelona El Prat International (BCN), Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), Copenhagen Kastrup (CPH), Rimini Federico Fellini International (RMI) and St Petersburg Pulkovo (LED), from Palermo Falcone e Borsellino International (PMO) to Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), as well as from Rimini Federico Fellini International (RMI) to Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS), Bucharest Otopeni Henri Coanda International (OTP), Copenhagen Kastrup (CPH), Moscow Domodedovo International (DME), Kiev Borispol (KBP), Prague Ruzyne (PRG), Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), Rostov (ROV) and St Petersburg Pulkovo (LED). Flights to Eastern Europe are operated by Livingston (LDI) itself with an A320-200 based in Rimini, while the domestic flights and routes to Central and Western Europe are operated by two Medallion Air (MDP) MD-83s on a wet-lease basis. Livingston (LDI) currently wet-leases A320-200 (SX-BTP) from Sky Wings (GSW) and MD-83s (49396, YR-HBE; 49950, YR-HBY) from Medallion Air (MDP). Given it had never operated scheduled services before, it currently sells its flights scheduled until October 27 in cooperation with Trawel Fly (based at Milan Orio al Serio airport (BGY)). It is not yet clear if it plans to continue to operate these services in cooperation with various tour operators in the medium term.
September 2012: Livingston Air (LDI) has announced plans to lease two A330-200s for long-haul charter services from December. It plans to operate to leisure destinations in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean on behalf of Italian tour operators. (LDI) currently operates a fleet of five A320-200s and has plans to increase its short-haul fleet to eight A320-200s and to add a third A330-200 in 2013.
October 2012: Livingston Air (LDI) will initially wet-lease A330-243 (1008, CS-TFZ) from Portuguese wet-lease (ACMI) specialist HiFly (LXA) from December to launch its long-haul charter services on behalf of Italian tour operators. It then plans to acquire its own A330-200s at a later stage. It plans to serve Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International airport (MRU) from several Italian airports with this A330-243 among other destinations.
February 2013: Livingston Air ((IATA) Code: JN, based at Milan Malpensa (MXP)) (LDI) President, Riccardo Toto has announced that he would have written to Alitalia (ALI) proposing that the charter carrier could replace the two ATR72-500s (ALI) had wet-leased from Carpatair ((IATA) Code: V3, based at Timisoara Traian Vuia International (TSR)) until the recent runway overrun at Rome's Fiumicino airport. Toto proposes to take over two Alitalia CityLiner ((IATA) Code: CT, based at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO)) CRJ-900s and to operate them on behalf of (ALI) at a lower cost. All of Alitalia CityLiner's ten CRJ-900s have been stored at Fiumicino and the Alitalia regional carrier now operates 13 EMB-175s and five EMB-190s.
June 2013: A320-232 (2210, EI-EUA) leased to Syphax Airlines (SYA).
August 2013: Livingston Compagnia Aerea (LDI) operates from Milan Malpensa airport serving holiday destinations in Cape Verde, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, and Turkey. Along-haul charter network is planned.
(IATA) Code: LM - 857. (ICAO) Code: NLV - (Callsign - LIVINGSTON).
Main Base: Milan Malpensa.
Destinations: Cape Verde, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, and Turkey.
October 2013: Livingston (LDI) introduces direct flights from Rome Fiumicino (FCO) to Alghero (AHO) as part of its winter season schedule. With its main hub at Milan Malpensa (MXP), the privately-owned Italian airline added this domestic route using its chosen fleet of 180-seat A320s. With a thrice-daily services on the 357 km route, there is presently no rivalry between Italy’s largest airport and Alghero in northern Sardinia. However, Ryanair (RYR) does operate four times weekly from Rome Ciampino.
May 2014: Livingston Air ((IATA) Code: JN, based at Milan Malpensa) (LDI) will continue to operate its Alghero to Rome Fiumicino Public Service Obligation (PSO) route after a Lazio Regional Administrative Court (TAR) overturned an earlier decision by Sardinian authorities to revoke (LDI)'s rights to the route. Livingston (LDI) currently operates up to three daily A320-200 services on the route.
In its April 30 ruling, the (TAR) said it was aware of the inconvenience caused by the uncertainty of flights and scheduled a definitive hearing into the matter for May 15.
Following a tender, Livingston (LDI) was awarded the route by the Autonomous Region of Sardinia in October 2013.
However, on April 29, the Sardinians revoked Livingston (LDI)'s rights to the route on the grounds that it had not fulfilled its obligations. The flights were subsequently reawarded to Alitalia (ALI).
July 2014: Livingston (LDI) has staved off an attempt by (ENAC), Italy’s civil aviation regulator, to suspend its operating licence.
Privately-owned, Livingston (LDI) operates three Airbus A320s on scheduled and charter services from its base at Milan Malpensa.
(ENAC) announced that it planned to withdraw (LDI)’s permission to operate from July 14, “given the obvious financial problems faced by the company.”
The company – its formal name is "New Livingston," although its airplanes operate under the "Livingston" title, found itself in difficulties following the bankruptcy of one of its debtors, airport operator Aeradria. This was exacerbated by the decision of the Sardinian regional government to withdraw a licence for a (PSO) route operated by Livingston (LDI) between the Sardinian city of Alghero and Rome Fiumicino.
(LDI) applied to the Court of Busto Arsizio for a ‘procedura di concordato preventivo con riserva,’ the Italian equivalent of Chapter 11 protection, “to overcome a temporary financial crisis.”
It also applied to (ENAC) to revoke the suspension of its licence. It pointed out to the regulator that it had bookings for more than >400,000 passengers over the summer holiday period, which were expected to generate “significant positive cash flows.”
(LDI) announced that the court had appointed a ‘judicial commissioner’ to oversee its financial restructuring process and that (ENAC) had withdrawn its threatened suspension. This meant that services would continue as normal, past the previous July 14th cut-off point.
Livingston (LDI) spokeswoman, Silvia Ruscitto said that the granting of bankruptcy protection would give it breathing space to reform its finances. She said that Aeradria, the operator of Rimini airport, had guaranteed Livingston (LDI)’s operations after it stepped in two years ago to take over flights from the eastern Italian airport to Russia following the demise of fellow Italian carrier Windjet (WJT).
She added that (LDI) was seeking some $8 million that (LDI) claimed was owed by the Sardinian regional government. “We have a claim against them in progress,” she said.
The Alghero - Rome route is heavily seasonal, losing money in the winter but solidly booked in summer, as Italians head to the Mediterranean island for holidays. The flights ceased June 6, just as the summer season was getting underway.
August 2014: A320-233 (2118, OE-IDP), ex-(SP-ABK), White (YES) leased.
October 2014: Italian carrier, Livingston (LDI) has ceased operations, just months after it entered bankruptcy protection that it believed would give it a chance to restore its finances.
The company (formally known as "New Livingston," although its airplanes carried the shorter title) described the decision to ground its airplanes as “difficult and painful.” It had been operating in its present form for around three years, since taking over the name and some of the assets of the defunct Italian carrier, Livingston Energy Flight.
It flew three leased Airbus A320s from Milan Malpensa. The airplanes are believed to have been returned to their lessors.
The privately held company, which operated both domestic and international flights, particularly charters, said the main reason behind its demise was “the collapse of tourism, especially in the holiday segment to Egypt and the Mediterranean basin, which has undergone a collapse after the Arab Spring and the consequent instability of the area.”
The Ukrainian crisis had also drastically reduced demand for flights to Russia, it added.
Livingston (LDI) found itself in financial difficulties over the summer following the bankruptcy of one of its debtors, airport operator, Aeradria which, the airline said in a statement, still owed money.
It was this precarious financial state that in June led Italian aviation regulator (ENAC) to threaten to cancel Livingston (LDI)’s operating license. This threat was later withdrawn.
(LDI) said its staff is likely to be laid off by the end of October and all outstanding salaries will be paid. “It’s a responsible choice to close the airline without debts towards employees,” the company said. “The charter market has been completely disrupted by internal factors, but mainly by international turmoil.”
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0 727-230 (JT8D) RETIRED.
0 737-4Z9 (CFM56-3), (LAL) WET-LSD 2000-09. RTND.
0 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B) (30667, HA-LOH), (HGA) WET-LSD 2006-04. RTND.
0 767-3Z9ER (PW4056) (165-23765, /88 OE-LAU "MARILYN MONROE"), EX-(MTH)/(LAL), (ETOPS), WET-LST (AID); RTND, LST (EUK) 2004-09. 24C, 234Y.
0 767-3Z9ER (PW4060) (448-26417, /92 OE-LAW "IMAGINATION;" 467-27095, /92 OE-LAX "JAMES DEAN"), (LAL) LSD 1999-11, (27095 RTND (LAL) 2003-10). RTND. 24C, 220Y.
0 767-3Z9ER (PW4060) (165-23765, OE-LAU), RF (AID) 2001-10. RTND 2004-09.
0 767-31AER (PW4060) (393-25273, /91 OE-LAT "ENZO FERRARI"), (ETOPS), RTND. 24C, 234Y.
0 767-33AER (591-27909, OE-LAS), EX-(LAL), (AWW) LSD, WET-LST (LTU) (1995). RTND.
0 767-330ER (PW4060) (377-25317, I-LLAG), EX-(TWA), (ILF) 15 MTH LSD 2003-09. RTND.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (1998, /03 EI-EUB), EX-(EC-JOH), PALMA AVIATION LSD 2012-06. 168CY.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2157, /04 EI-ERH "LAVENO MONBELLO"), 2012-06. 174Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2210, /04 EI-EUA), 2012-05. LST (SYA) 2013-06. 168CY.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2496, /05 EI-EWO "CITTA DI VARESE"), EX-(VT-KFC), (DEA) LSD 2012-08. 20F, 114Y.
1 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2502, /05 EI-EXK), EX-(OE-IBH) 2012-07. 20F, 114Y.
1 A320-233 (2118, OE-IDP), EX-(SP-ABK), WHITE (YES) LSD 2014-08.
1 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (792, /98 EI-LVD "BOAVISTA"), (SIL) LSD 2004-02, 210Y.
0 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1202), ST (IRN) 2005-03.
0 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1950, /03 LY-AGQ "CAPT ALDO GIANNELLI;" 1970, /03 I-LIVB "JACARANDA"), (AWW) LEASED 2003-05. RTND. 196Y OR 25C, 165Y.
0 A330-243 (TRENT 772B-60) (551, /03 I-LIVM "PLAYA MAROMA;" 597, /04 I-LIVN "GRAM DOMINICUS;" 627, /04 I-LIVL "ANDILANA"), (ILF) 10 YR LSD. 597; WET-LST (KUW) 2009-06 TO 2009-12 - - SEE PHOTO - - "LDI-A330 2009-12." ALL RTND. 18C, 272Y.
1 A330-243 (TRENT 772B-60) (1008, /09 CS-TFZ), EX-(JMA), (ILF) LSD 2009-04. ALL WHITE COLORS. TO BE WET-LST LIVINGSTON (LDI) 2012-12. 42C, 288Y.
0 A330-322 (143, C-FRAE), (SKB) WET-LSD 2003-12. RTND.
2 BOMBARDIER CANADAIR RJ-100LR (CL-600-2B19) (CF34-3A1) (7036, /94 OE-LRC "TAZIO NUVOLARI;" 7125, /96 OE-LRH "JOCHEN RINDT"), 50C.
NIKI LAUDA, HONORARY CHAIRMAN.
GIANCARLO CELANI, CHAIRMAN & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
RICARDO TOTO, PRESIDENT.
GIANLUCA CEDRO, VP STRATEGIC PLANNING.
CAPTAIN DANIELE GRASSINI, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (MILDPNG).
CAPTAIN ROBERTO MONZA, FLIGHT SAFETY DIRECTOR (MILDPNG) (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PAOLO POGGI, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
EZIO COLOMBO, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL (MILDPNG).
ANTONIO MACALUSO, DIRECTOR FINANCE & CONTROL.
ENIO FRIGERI, QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MANAGER, EX-(EIY) (1999-03).
ROBERTO STEFANO, PLANNING MANAGER.
A VIOTTO, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
GERALD LAMP, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
CELANI GIANCARLO, STRATEGIC PLANNING MANAGER.