PRLog - June 9, 2010 - HORLEY, U.K. -- Alitalia airline launched four routes last week. Two of these are seasonal services from Alghero Airport (AHO) in Sardinia, operating five times a week with 90-seat CRJ900s. The flights to Barcelona (BCN) and Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) will operate until 26 September. The airline also began operating two transatlantic routes. From Milan Malpensa (MXP), three weekly 767-300ER flights to Miami (MIA) were launched on 3 June. The services complement the airline’s six weekly flights from Rome Fiumicino (FCO), the airport from where Alitalia launched five weekly 777-200ER flights to Los Angeles (LAX) on 5 June. The route was last operated as a summer service in 2008, but will now be flown year-round.
Alitalia’s Milan Malpensa to Miami
See more route launch news, http://www.anna.aero/
Alitalia now flies between Rome and Los Angeles, code sharing with its American alliance partner Delta. The route was celebrated by Sergio Berlenghi, Aeroporti di Roma’s Head of Planning and Airport Marketing Development;
# # #
Anna.aero provides the latest airport, airline news and analysis generated by airline network route planners for use in the aviation business worldwide.