Sunday, 9 December 2018

Air Italy to start flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco

Air Italy has announced that it plans to introduce flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco from Milan in April next year.

The airline has decided to operate from Milan to these two new key destinations to further enhances its North American route network, by double. The carrier will start the service to Los Angeles from April 3rd while the San Francisco operation will be scheduled from April 10th.
Rossen Dimitrov, Air Italy's Chief Operating Officer stated: "With the launch of these two new exciting gateways in California, our network will be expanding significantly, providing even more fantastic options for our equally rapidly expanding customer base. overall product, service and network will be significantly enhanced providing even more choice and quality for our customers."

"The opening of these new routes from our Malpensa hub is a fundamental component of the
development. our customer experience, we are delighted by the overwhelmingly positive customer feedback that we have been receiving and with this new growth, we will continue to make every effort to honour their trust and encouragement."

The schedule for the new flights has been timed to connect with other domestic flights with Air Italy from Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme and Olbia.  The Milan Malpensa-Los Angeles service will run four times each week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. 

The Milan Malpensa-San Francisco is also scheduled to operate four times a week, flying on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Both routes will be flown with Airbus A330-200
 aircraft which have up to 24 seats in Air Italy's business class cabin, that have fully lie-flat seats with signature Italian cuisine accompanied by a selection of champagnes and Italian fine wines, Wi-Fi service, an extensive in-flight entertainment service and Wi-Fi.