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Alitalia is an Italian airline with its headquarters in Fiumicino, Rome, and its main hub at Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino Airport in the same city.


Alitalia also operates smaller hubs at Milan - Milan Linate Airport and Milan Malpensa Airport.


The Italian carriers focus cities include Turin, Venice, Tirana and Palermo although they have a large fleet capable of flying to major airports all around the world with flights through Europe, to North and South America, the Middle East and Asia as well as the North of Africa. In 2014, Ethiad Airways announced a 49% acquisition stake in Alitalia.


Specific countries that Alitalia fly to include Algeria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Eygpt, France, Germany, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United States.

Currently Alitalia offers 102 destinations worldwide (as of August 2016), all operated on a variety of aircraft.


Aircraft include Airbus A319, A320 and A321's. In addition Alitalia also operate using Boeing 777's.


Alitalia and their subsidiary airline, Atlitalia CityLiner have codeshare agreements with many airlines worldwide. As of October 2014 airlines include Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air Berlin, All Nippon Airways, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, TAP Portugal, Vietnam Airlines, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, KLM and Croatia Airlines. In addition, Alitalia are a member of SkyTeam alliance.

The Skyteam alliance was the last of three major airline alliances to be formed after Star Alliance and Oneworld, but have since grown to be the second largest alliance in the world, second to only the Star Alliance.



Frequent Flyer Program


Alitalia operates a frequent flyer program called MilleMiglia Program to reward regular passengers with Alitalia.


This exclusive club provides benefits for flying miles with Alitalia. In addition, passengers can earn miles and request award tickets across the whole network operated by their new partners Etihad Regional, Air Serbia and Air Seychelles.


The miles earned can be used to join or renew membership to the Exclusive Clubs.





Alitalia baggage policy depends upon the destination, travel class and the ticket issue date and as such passengers may bring one or two pieces of baggage weighing no more than 23 or 32 kg.


Passengers are allowed one item of hand baggage weighing no more than 8 kg and measuring no more than 55 cm high, 35 cm wide and 25 cm deep.


On certain routes, if you fly Business on long-haul flights, there is a dedicated Chauffeur service that will take you to the airport on the day of departure and to your destination on arrival at no extra cost and in comfort and relaxation.



In August 2016 it was reported that Alitalia were still in their continued chase to aquire a 49% share in Air Malta. The local Maltese media reported that Alitalia is to propose a four year-business plan to the Maltese government, outlining the Italian carriers vision for Air Malta between 2016 and 2020.





15th May 2018 

Alitalia and Royal Air Maroc to operate flights on each other's behalf

Royal Air Maroc and Aitalia have struck a codeshare partnership which will offer passengers a number of connections between Italy and Marocco. Alitalia has placed its flight code on a number of Royal Air Maroc flights. The Marroquin airline will operate services from Casablanca to a number of big Italian cities, including Rome and Milan, while also bringing the Italian carrier to a number of other destination within Morocco, including Marrakech, Errachidia and Beni Mellal.


Royal Air Maroc's flight code is also now placed on a number of Alitalia's flights, including the daily service between Casablanca and Rome. Alitalia will also operate the following routes from Rome on Royal Air Maroc's behalf: Brindisi, Bologna, Bari, Catania, Florence, Genova, Naples, Palermo, Pisa, Reggio Calabria, Lamezia Terma, Turin, Trieste, Venice and Verona.


25th May 2018 

Blue Air to take over Alitalia's Turin - Reggio operations

Blue Air plans to launch a domestic Italian flight between Turin and Reggio, replacing the current flight run by Alitalia. Alitalia will terminate its Turin-Reggio di Calabria flights on May 31. The Romanian airline will use a B737-500 to carry passengers on the route rather than Alitalia's A319-100s. Blue Air currently operates 144 domestic Italian flights, with a base in Turin. Alitalia will also be terminating its Naples - Turin flight at the end of this month.


21st May 2018 

Alitalia expand codeshare with China Airlines

Alitalia have agreed to expand their codeshare agreement with China Airlines. The expansion will see Aitalia operate a number of routes on China Airlines' behalf to and from Alitalia's airport hub, Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO), Rome. The new codeshare has been effective from 17th May 2018 and includes the following routes:

  • Rome – Amsterdam
  • Rome – Catania
  • Rome – Florence
  • Rome – Frankfurt
  • Rome – London Heathrow
  • Rome – Milan Malpensa
  • Rome – Palermo
  • Rome – Venice


18th May 2018 

Alitalia release list of operational changes from Rome for winter 2018/2019

Alitalia have released a list of changes to their winter 2018/19 schedule for long-haul services flying from Rome. Here is a breakdown of the changes that they're implementing:


  • Service from Rome and Buenos Aires Ezeiza will now be operated by 777-300ER in 2 of 7 weekly flights, replacing the 777-200ER. This is effective from 29th October 2018
  • The service between Rome and Male will now operate 4 times weekly, increasing from 3. It will operate with the A330-200. This route will also see additional flights during the Christmas period. This is effective as of 12th December 2018
  • Services from Rome to Rio de Janeiro have increased from 2 times a week to 3 times a week starting 28th October 2018.
  • Alitalia will now operate its Rome—Sao Paula Guarulhos service 14 times a week, rising from 11 times a week. This is effective from 28th October 2018.
  • The service between Rome and Seoul Incheon that will be introduced summer 2018 will remain running through the winter period.



29th March 2018 

Alitalia launch flights to Mauritius 

Alitalia's new service will start on 28th October 2018 with flights three times a week. Passengers will be able to fly from London via Rome to Mauritius for the whole winter season aboard Alitalia's Airbus A330 aircraft, offering three classes of service: Business, Premium Economy and Economy. Onboard services include newly redesigned cabin layouts, Wi-Fi connectivity and, natually, Italian cuisine. Alitalia’s MilleMiglia members will be able to earn and redeem miles on the new flights.


Route Flight number Time Frequency
Rome - Mauritius AZ 772 21.15 - #10.35  ..3.5.7
Mauritius - Rome AZ 773 12.25 - 20.20 1..4.6.







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Popular Routes


Milan    London


London    Rome


Amsterdam    Athens


Rome   Paris


Abu Dhabi    Milan


Dubai    Rome


The Fleet


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Airbus A321-100







Airbus A320-200

Boeing 777-200ER






Airbus A321-100

 Boeing 777-300ER





Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino International Airport

HUB Airport


Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino International Airport is Alitalia's hub airport and is located in Rome, Italy. It has 4 runaways and can handle nearly 40 million passengers every year. The airport also serves as a hub for Vueling, the Spanish low-cost carrier owned by IAG. 

Other airlines which fly to and from Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumincino International Airport include Austrian Airlines, Blue Air, British Airways, Croatia Airlines, easyJet, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Egyptair, Finnair and Pegasus Airlines. 




SkyTeam Alliance



SkyTeam Alliance is a leading global airline network, with 20 member airlines. SkyTeam alliance was founded in 2000 and now consists of member airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM and others. SkyTeam Alliance network has nearly 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries. 




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Alitalia may not now become part of the Air France/KLM organisation as had widely been predicted. The coming together seems to have been close but the AF/KL side withdrew due to union demands. Whatever happens we firmly expect Alitalia to retain all of its unique passenger charm and brio. Watch out for updated information, as available, on our news pages. With great fares on all routes from the UK to Italy look out for very special seasonal fares on the major trunk routes: London to Rome, Milan, Trieste, Florence, Brindisi, Palermo and Verona. Further afield there are excellent connections and through fares to Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Delhi, Caracas, Mumbai, Damascus and Tehran. Plus Alitalia has been a long established carrier into Tripoli, Libya and has some great connections through its Rome, Fiumicino hub.

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