Alitalia will resume flights between Italy and Spain on June 3
Starting June 3, Alitalia will resume flights between Italy and Spain. For the beginning, flights will be operated on the routes Rome - Barcelona and Rome - Madrid.
Things are starting to move in Italy as well. As of June 3, most of the restrictions are likely to be lifted. And the new Alitalia is preparing for the flight. Alitalia's plan for June is well presented in figures. The airline will operate 36% more flights than in May. It will fly on 30 routes to 25 airports, including 15 in Italy and 10 abroad.
Alitalia resumes flights from Italy to Spain
Among the new routes planned for June are Rome - Barcelona and Rome - Madrid. Alitalia will operate 3 weekly flights on each route. Flights will be honored with Emibraer E175 aircraft.
Rome - Barcelona and Rome - Madrid.
Rome - Barcelona from June 3 - 3 weekly flights
AZ074 Rome Fiumicino 10:00 - 11:50 Barcelona Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
AZ077 Barcelona 12:40 - 14:25 Roma Fiumicino on Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Rome - Madrid from June 4 - 3 weekly flights
AZ058 Roma Fiumicino 10:00 - 12:35 Madrid Monday, Thursday, Saturday
AZ061 Madrid 13:25 - 15:55 Roma Fiumicino on Monday, Thursday, Saturday