Vienna / Rome – Barely started, the new Italian “national carrier” is intensively looking for partners. Italia Trasporto Aereo (ITA) has it in common with its predecessor Alitalia, which closed last week. ITA Airways took off with 24 domestic flights and 56 international flights. The fleet includes 52 machines, the number of which will increase to 105 by 2025. By 2025, the workforce is expected to grow to 5,700. Alitalia, which has been in deficit for almost two decades, recently employed 10,500 workers.