Air Italy is to increase
Milan and Miami, as well as on the new Milan-Toronto service
which will commence 6 May.
Air Italy’s new Milan-Toronto service was
initially planned to launch with four flights per week but will
now operate six times per week every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 25 October 2019, when the
service is expected to drop the Tuesday and Saturday flights.
The increase in flights between Milan and Miami,
from four to five per week, will come into effect on 15 April and
will last for the entire summer season.
All Air Italy’s services between Milan
Malpensa and the North America are being operated with Airbus A330-200
aircraft, which offers up to 24 seats
in Business Class and 228 seats in Economy Class.
Rossen Dimitrov, Air Italy Chief Operating
Officer, said, “These expansions are a testament
to our business plan and product offering, and are simply in
response to the great support which we have been receiving from
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