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The New Air Italy 4-Times Weekly Milan - Miami Route Now Available on Sale for Winter Season 2018-2019


The New Air Italy 4-Times Weekly Milan - Miami Route Now Available on Sale for Winter Season 2018-2019

Miami and New York connected with Central & Southern Italy via Malpensa

Convenient fares from New York and seamless connections to India's Delhi and Mumbai via Malpensa

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OLBIA, Italy, Aug. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Air Italy is pleased to announce that thanks to popular demand, the Miami-Milan Malpensa route launched on June 8th, is now on sale for the entire winter season.

"Thanks to a great response from our customers and increasing demand, we are opening up our winter inventory for our Milan-Miami flight, as we are already running at a load factor of over 80%. This expansion is a testament to our business plan and product offering, and is simply a response to the great support which we have been receiving from our customers," said Neil Mills, Air Italy Chief Operating Officer

"Just last week we took delivery of our second B737 Max 8 after a successful showing at the Farnborough Airshow, and as our fleet continues to expand, we look forward to rolling out more frequencies and new destinations over the coming weeks and months to provide our new services to our rapidly growing customer base."

The New York - Milan route is also on sale for the winter season and is available five times per week on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

For Miami, the frequencies will remain four times per week, on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and the service will be operated by an Airbus A330-200, with a configuration of 24 seats in Business Class and 228 seats in Economy Class.

Both Miami and New York are connected with Central and Southern Italy, with seamless connections from the US via Milan to Rome Fiumicino, Sicily, both Catania and Palermo, Campania - Naples, Calabria - Lamezia Terme and Sardina - Olbia Costa Smeralda.

In addition, for the upcoming winter season, Air Italy is also providing ideal connections and great fares form New York to India's Mumbai and Delhi via Malpensa.

All Air Italy's new services between Milan Malpensa and the USA, India and Thailand, are being operated with Air Italy's new long-haul Airbus A330-200, which offers up to 24 seats in the exclusive Business Class cabin making it is possible to fly with maximum comfort in fully lie-flat seats with signature Italian cuisine accompanied by a selection of champagnes and Italian fine wines, Wi-Fi service, along with an extensive inflight entertainment service and the personalized attention from its on-board staff.

The Economy Class cabin with 228 seats also provides Air Italy's guests with highly personalized service, WiFi connectivity, carefully crafted Italian cuisine and a wide selection of entertainment.

To find more special offers and details: simply connect to the Company's website at, via Air Italy App, through the Air Italy Call Center +39-0789-52682 or by visiting a travel agency.

About Air Italy

Air Italy is an Italian airline fully owned by AQA Holding (51% Alisarda and 49% Qatar Airways), with its headquarters in Olbia and main operating base in Milan Malpensa.

In March 2018 the Company started operation as Air Italy.

Beginning in May 2018, Air Italy added new domestic routes from Milan to Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, and Lamezia Terme, all scheduled for connection to its newest long-range destinations including New York, Miami (June 2018), Bangkok (starting in September 2018) and Mumbai (from October 2018).

Its network also includes direct international flights from Milan Malpensa to Accra, Cairo, Dakar, Havana, Lagos, Mombasa, Moscow, and Zanzibar, and, from its Olbia Costa Smeralda hub, year-round scheduled services to Rome, Milan Linate and seasonal ones to a wide range of domestic and regional destinations.

Air Italy's fleet is currently comprising of two Boeing 737 MAX, eight Boeing 737 NG, two Airbus A330 and three Boeing 767-300. By the end of 2018, the fleet will be renewed with eight new aircraft, three Boeing 737 MAX and five Airbus A330-200 and the full retirement of the B767-300.

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