Alitalia resumes domestic flights from Milan to southern Italy, but also on the route Rome - New York
We continue the series of good news from Italy. I told you that Italy will reopen its airports on June 3and Alitalia wants to resume flights between Italy and Spain. In addition, Alitalia intends to resume flights from Milan to southern Italy, but also on the route Rome - New York.
Starting June 2, Alitalia hopes to increase the number of flights by 36% compared to May. From Milan Malpensa Airport, where the airline will continue its operations until the reopening of Linate Airport, Alitalia will operate 2 daily flights to and from Bari, Catania and Palermo and 4 daily flights to and from Cagliari, Alghero and Olbia. Let's not omit the 8 daily flights to and from Rome.
However, Alitalia is developing its operational network in Rome with new domestic and international flights. From June, Alitalia will fly internally from Rome to Alghero, Bologna, Bari, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Pisa, Turin, Venice. And international flights will be to New York, Barcelona, Brussels, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Madrid, Munich, Paris and Zurich.
Alitalia will comply with the rules imposed for social distancingand aircraft will be loaded up to 60%. Hygiene and disinfection measures will also be applied. The flight attendants will be able to wear masks and gloves. The mask also becomes mandatory for passengers.