The Alitalia network is centered around 7 operating bases (Turin, Linate, Malpensa, Venice, Rome, Naples and Catania) to allow convenient connections between the Italian provinces and the main international and intercontinental destinations.
Air One, the Alitalia Group smart carrier, operates from the bases of Malpensa, Pisa, Venice and Catania.
Through its network, Alitalia ensures widespread coverage of Italy and offers directs flights to major European capitals, the countries of the Mediterranean basin and the intercontinental markets with the highest rate of development for traditional and business tourism.
ALITALIA: 9 NEW INTERNATIONAL ROUTES FROM ROME
Alitalia’s International and Intercontinental Network from Rome Fiumicino has expanded with nine new destinations: Copenaghen (Denmark), Cracow (Poland), Yekaterinburg (Russia), Oran (Algeria), Podgorica (Montenegro), Bilbao (Spain) and Montpellier (France), as well as new seasonal destinations served from June to September: Antalya (Turkey) and Djerba (Tunisia).
These 9 new routes add to the 6 international and intercontinental connections from the Company hub in Rome Fiumicino that Alitalia inaugurated between 2012 and early 2013: Tbilisi (July 5, 2012), Zurich (October 29, 2012), Abu Dhabi (December 1, 2012), Yerevan (December 11, 2012), Fortaleza (January 14, 2013) and Prague (January 29, 2013).
Starting from May, seasonal flights will be operative again from Rome Fiumicino to Los Angeles and to Chicago. From June to September, seasonal flights will be reactivated from Rome Fiumicino to Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes and Trapani, and from Trieste to Olbia. From July, flights will connect again Lampedusa and Pantelleria to Rome Fiumicino and to Milan Linate.
From May, Alitalia will consolidate its presence at JFK airport in New York instead of Newark airport. Weekly flights from Rome Fiumicino to New York JFK will increase from 14 to 19: on this route Alitalia will offer three daily flights, with the exceptions of Wednesdays and Fridays.
During 2013 summer season, Alitalia will also strengthen its presence on domestic and international markets by increasing frequency on the routes:
from Rome Fiumicino to Verona, Catania, Cagliari, Alghero, Florence, Tripoli, Budapest, Tirana;
from Milan Linate to Catania and to London City;
from Milan Malpensa to Moscow;
from Turin to Palermo;
from Trieste to Catania.
AIR ONE SMART CARRIER NEWS
Air One will operate from the 4 bases of Milan Malpensa, Venice, Pisa and Catania. It will serve 42 routes to 31 destinations, of which 16 in Italy and 15 abroad, for a total of over 450 weekly flights.
One of the hottest piece of news on 2013 summer season relates to direct flights from Milan Malpensa, Catania and Pisa to Saint Petersburg that will add to the existing connection from Venice.Connections with Russia will be strengthened also by means of new direct flights from Catania to Moscow and Rostov, from Pisa to Moscow and from Venice to Samara. From Venice base Air One will inaugurate a new direct connection to Copenhagen and new domestic flights to Naples, Lamezia and Bari.
From July to September, the following seasonal services will be re-established:
from Milan Malpensa to Alghero, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Menorca, Crete, Rhodes and Mykonos;
from Venice to Cagliari, Olbia and Athens;
Tickets for all the new Alitalia and Air One flights can be purchased on the websites www.alitalia.com and www.flyairone.com, or by calling the Customer Centers of Alitalia (Ph. +39.06.65649) and Air One (Ph. +39.091.2551047) or through any travel agency.
Thanks to code-sharing agreements with the SkyTeam Alliance and 14 other partners, Alitalia offers a wide choice of flights and convenient connections for traveling throughout the world.
The summer schedule started from 31 of March 2013.
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