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The Alitalia Group has an operating fleet of 118 aircraft, among the most modern in Europe.

In 2012, it completed its renewal process - begun in March 2009 - that had provided the Company with a completely renewed fleet among the youngest in the world with 7 years of average lifetime.

The Boeing B777 and Airbus A330 aircraft in the long-haul fleet are configured with three travel classes: Magnifica - Business, Classica Plus - Premium Economy and Classica - Economy.

The medium haul fleet is centered around the Airbus family with A321, A320 and A319 models.

For its regional fleet, Alitalia has chosen Embraer E190 and E175, Brazilian-made latest generation aircraft with high standards of roominess and comfort.

At the end of the year, the Alitalia Group fleet will be based on only 4 types of aircraft, that will make it possible for the Company to use its resources in a particularly efficient and flexible manner.

The new aircraft use less fuel and have significantly lower CO2 emissions.



Long haul aircraft

Boeing 777 | 200 ER
number of seats 293
lenght (ft)  209'1"
wingspan (ft)  199'11"
height (ft)  60'9"
cruising speed (kts) 490
Airbus A330 | 200
number of seats 256-283
lenght (ft)  188'8"
wingspan (ft)  197'10"
height (ft)  57'1"
cruising speed (kts) 470

Medium haul aircraft

Airbus A321
number of seats 200
lenght (ft)  146'
wingspan (ft)  111'10"
height (ft)  38'7"
cruising speed (kts) 460
Airbus A320
number of seats 165
lenght (ft)  123'3"
wingspan (ft)  111'10"
height (ft)  38'7"
cruising speed (kts) 460
Airbus A319
number of seats 138
lenght (ft)  111'11"
 wingspan (ft)  111'10"
 height (ft)  38'7"
 cruising speed (kts) 460

Regional aircraft

Embraer 190
number of seats 100
lenght (ft)  118'11"
 wingspan (ft)  92'2"
 height (ft)  34'5"
 cruising speed (kts) 460
Embraer 175
number of seats 88
lenght (ft)  103'11"
 wingspan (ft)  85'4"
 height (ft)  31'11"
 cruising speed (kts) 460