Thursday, 12 September 2019

Air Italy signs new partnership deal with Finnair and El Al

Five key cites in Finland now available to Air Italy customers departing from central & southern Italy. Tel Aviv easy reachable for Air Italy passengers originating from North America

Air Italy is delighted to announce the signing of two Special Prorate Agreements with key carriers Finnair and El Al.

Now, thanks to the agreement with Finnair, five new key destinations in Finland (Helsinki, Turku, Oulu, Kokkola and Rovaniemi) are all now available via Malpensa for Air Italy passengers departing from our seven key airports in central & southern Italy (Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Cagliari and Olbia).

At the same time, Finnair’s customers have now the opportunity to fly to Air Italy’s African destinations, travelling from Finland via Malpensa, and connect seamlessly to Dakar, Lagos, Accra, Sharm El-Sheikh and Cairo.



Simultaneously, with respect to El Al, Air Italy’s passengers arriving in Malpensa from North America will now be able to connect with El Al to land in Tel Aviv while El Al’s customers departing from Tel Aviv can now easily reach Air Italy’s North American destinations via Malpensa.

Moreover, from Tel Aviv, El Al’s passengers can also connect to Air Italy’s domestic network from Malpensa to the key cities and towns of central and southern Italy such as Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Cagliari and Olbia.

Air Italy Chief Operating Officer, Rossen Dimitrov, said: “One of the key aims of Air Italy is expanding our network to offer ever more travel opportunities as well as great connectivity to our customers."

“To date, we have already reached a number of important milestones in this ambition, and today we are very proud to enhance the cooperation with Finnair and El Al in addition to our partners, Qatar Airways, Bulgaria Air, Latam, Aegean Airlines, and Alaska Airlines."

“Moving forwards, we will continue to reinforce our partners’ network with SPA and code-share agreements in order to offer a progressive enlargement of travelling opportunities for our loyal and expanding passenger base.”



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