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About Aeroitalia

Aeroitalia is a proposed Italian with a planned date of launch for March 2022. Currently, not much is known about the airline, however, it is noted that it is expected to offer a mix of both short-haul services as well as long-haul routes, proposing some routes even reaching as far as Latin America. Management of the airline have noted that they don't plan on being direct competitors of the newly launched ITA Airways but will operate separately with enough room in the Italian aviation market for them to operate naturally. The airline has launched a website and is actively recruiting for positions however, Air Operator Certification, route development and fleet acquisition is still needed for the airline to meet its target of a March 2022 launch.


Destinations

As of January 2022, it is currently still unknown where the airline intends on flying to. However, reports have hinted that the majority of the airline's routes will be to long-haul destinations including South America.


Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Aeroitalia hasn't yet published its baggage policy as it is still in its planning phases. However, it is expected that a complimentary item of cabin baggage will be included in your ticket. This could be either a cabin case, personal item or the airline might allow you to bring both. More information will be provided once the airline finalises its business operations and policies.

Checked Baggage

The airline is yet to disclose its checked baggage policy. However, as the airline intends on operating a majority of long-haul and international routes a checked bag may be included in your ticket. However, this will become known upon the airline's launch.


Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Aeroitalia has launched a website, but details on proposed online check-in facilities are currently unknown.

Airport Check-In

If an online check-in facility is unavailable then It is highly likely that there will be at airport facilities for you to use instead. It is unsure if the airline will offer a dedicated check-in service for premium paying passengers or self-service kiosks. Check-in times are currently unknown however we recommend you arrive at the airport no later than 90 minutes before your scheduled departure.


Travel Classes

Economy Class

Information about the airline is very limited at the moment so it is unsure what cabin products will be offered, whether it will be a premium-only or a dual-class airline. However, it is very likely that Aeroitalia will offer an economy class product onboard their aircraft. The service standard for this is currently still unknown.

Premium Class

Similarly, it is unsure whether the airline will install a business or premium cabin on its aircraft. More information on the class type and service levels will be provided nearer the airline's launch.


In-flight Entertainment & Wifi

Aeroitalia has noted that they plan on operating long-haul international services so it is likely that they will have personal inflight entertainment installed. It is unsure if Wifi will also be installed on the airlines fleet however, more information will be determined nearer the airline's launch.


Food & Drink

The airline has yet to publish its intended food and beverage service. As the airline aims to serve long-haul routes complimentary drinks, snacks and meals may be included, it is unsure if this will include alcoholic beverages. However, this may depend on the airlines business model, if operating as a long-haul low-cost airline they may choose to charge for this service similarly to Norwegian Air Shuttle former long-haul services and Scoot current business model.


Frequent Flyer Program

It is unsure if the airline will offer a frequent flyer program yet as the airline is yet to officially launch.


Fleet

Aeroitalia is still in the early planning stages and still needs to determine the fleet composition for their airline. If operating long-haul services as intended then they could operate Boeing 787, 777, 757, 767 or Airbus A330, A340, A350 or A380. However, it is unlikely that the airline may operate the 757, 767, A340 or A380 for economical reasons. More information on the airlines fleet will become apparent nearer the airline's launch.


Hub Airport

It is currently unsure where Aeroitalia may base its operations and operate its hub out of. 2 likely airports and maybe Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa. However, as the airline is still in the planning phase, this remains unknown.

Rome–Fiumicino International Airport Leonardo da Vinci

Rome Fiumicino is the major international airport serving Rome, the capital of Italy. The airport is one of the largest airports in the country and operates as a hub for fellow Italian carrier ITA Airways as well as Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling. The airport offers a diverse route network with services to North America, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Aeroflot, Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Easyjet, Delta, Kenya Airlines and more all operate to the airport. Fiumicino is under 1-hour drive to downtown Rome with direct rail connections to Stazione Termini Roma in central Rome making it easy to connect on to the city. The airport is also served by the national highway system making private transfers by car also easy.

Milan Malpensa Airport

Milan Malpensa is the largest airport in Milan and northern Italy which handles around 30 million passengers annually. The airport is a focus destination for Easyjet, Neos, Wizz Air and Ryanair, however numerous premium airlines also operate to the airport including Air China, Air India, Air Senegal, ANA, American Airlines and more. The airport offers an extensive route map to destinations across Europe, North America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America. Malpensa airport has direct rail links to Stazione Milano Centrale, Stazione Porta Garibaldi and Stazione Cardorn and there is a further rail connection into Switzerland. The airport is also served by local and regional bus services making the airport very easy to transfer on to your final destination.


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