Monday, 4 May 2015

Alitalia to Resume Korea Service.

The Italian carrier Alitalia have announced they will resume services to Korea after 18 years with its Seoul Incheon-Rome direct route to launch on June 4. 

Alitalia have said they will operate the new route three times a week with 250-seat A330 aircraft, offering three classes ― Magnifica (business class), Classica Plus (premium economy class) and Classica (economy class). 

“Under the vision to build the ‘new Alitalia,’ we have put a priority on the expansion of the Asian network (for future growth),” Alitalia CEO Silvano Cassano said in a meeting with media at the carriers headquarters in Rome last week.