Italian airline Alitalia said Friday it has called a shareholders meeting to name a new board on Feb. 22.
The company's board dissolved after Wednesday's resignation by the chief executive of Air France-KLM, Jean-Cyril Spinetta, from Alitalia's board. Another board member had resigned two days earlier.
The second call for the shareholders meeting is for Feb. 28, Alitalia said in a statement.
The Italian government, which controls a 49.9% share of Alitalia, announced last month conditions for the sale of at least a 30.1% share to a buyer with a turnaround plan, prompting speculation about possible buyers.
Air France-KLM, the world's largest airline by revenue, was in exploratory talks with Alitalia, but has insisted the Italian airline improve its finances before it would consider a partnership.