The final two unions, SDL and AVIA, agreed to the Alitalia bailout deal with CAI (a group of wealthy Italian businessmen) Monday, ending a difficult round of labor talks, and officially avoiding liquidation. CAI plans to restart the airline in November as a smaller company, while they work on finding a partner. The workers, though they have now all agreed to the bailout, have no cause to rejoice ? approximately 1/3 of the workers will lose their jobs in the restructuring of the airline. Antonio Divietri, head of AVIA, said ?"We've signed the deal, but there's nothing to celebrate, [The workers have been left out] like a dog on the balcony.? EU regulators could still delay the deal if they decide that the airline has received an unfair advantage from the government that could potentially restrict competition.