Air Italy has launched non-stop flights between
Milan and San Francisco, the airline's fourth direct service to
the United States.
Air Italy will operate the San Francisco flights
four times per week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and
Tuesdays, with Airbus 330-200 aircraft offering 24 seats in
Business and 228 in Economy class.
The service benefits from seamless domestic
connections between Milan and central and southern Italy, namely
Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Cagliari and Olbia.
Air Italy's Chief Operating Officer, Rossen
Dimitrov, said, ďIt is a great pleasure to add San Francisco to our
network as it is sure to be a success with both our leisure and
business travellers ... Malpensa continues to
grow Westward thanks to Air Italy, with a new important investment
in California: San Francisco. The importance of this destination
is not just in terms of tourism but will also help to link the
world of business by serving one of the richest places in the
world, the Silicon Valley, the cradle of technology.
Air Italy also operates flights between MilanĖLos
Angeles, Milan-New York JFK, and