Air Italy has launched flights between Milan
Malpensa and Maldives, as well as Tenerife, with services to Mombasa
and Zanzibar scheduled to commence on Friday.
Italy's long-haul network is operated by Airbus 330-200s with 24
seats in Business Class and 228 seats in Economy Class.
From its Milan Malpensa hub, Air Italy also operates year-round direct flights to New York and Miami
and summer season, from March to October, flights to to Los
Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto.
Italy's Chief Operating Officer, Rossen Dimitrov, said, "Maldives, which will be served during peak periods by three weekly
frequencies, is a perennially popular destination with all
travelers, but particularly those who love its fabulous beaches and
amazing water. Similarly, our new Africa destinations offer a
fabulous range of options for guaranteed winter sun with Mombasa
in Kenya and Zanzibar in Tanzania being joined by Tenerife in
Spain, which has a beautiful climate all year round."
All international flights to and from Milan Malpensa,
including the new service for the Maldives, benefit from
connections with domestic flights served by Air Italy between
Milan and central and southern Italy, namely Rome, Naples,
Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme and Cagliari.
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