ITA Airways yesterday (Saturday) launched the flight route that will operate 5 times a week, on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The company also operates flights from Rome Fiumicino to New York JFK, Rome – Miami and Rome – Boston
Italian airline Ita Airways (ITA Airways) launched yesterday (Saturday, April 2, 2022) the Milan Malpensa – New York JFK flight route. The flight from Milan took off at 13:40 and landed in New York at 17:00. The flight from New York took off at 20:55 and landed in Milan at 11:05 in the morning.
The flights are operated by Airbus A330-200 aircraft in a three-class configuration: business, premium economy and tourist. The flights on the new route were added to the existing flights from Rome Fiumicino to New York JFK, Rome – Miami and Rome Boston launched in March 2022.
Ita Airways plans to operate 42 weekly flights between Italy and the United States by August 2022. The flight schedule for the summer of 2022 will include flights to 64 destinations, of which 23 are domestic, 34 international and 7 intercontinental – thanks to the operation of A330 wide-body Airbus aircraft. And A350. In the coming months, Ita Airways will launch new airlines from Rome Fiumicino to Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Tokyo.An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=124700
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