Alitalia City Liner has ceased operations.
Alitalia CityLiner, also known as Alitalia City Line or Alitalia CityLine, was a regional airline based in Italy. The airline was a subsidiary of Alitalia and flew domestic and international short-haul on behalf of Alitalia.
It was founded in 2006 where it was named Air One CityLiner as it was owned by Air One. However, in 2011, Air One and Alitalia merged, creating Alitalia CityLiner.
The airline stopped flying in 2021, when Alitalia went into administration and stopped flying.
You were allowed one carry-on bag, which must have weighed no more than 8kg.
This must have been no more than 55 x 35 x 25cm in dimensions.
Passengers were also allowed one personal item, such as a handbag, laptop, camera or briefcase.
Checked baggage must have been a maximum combined dimensions of 158cm.
If travelling in the Light class, you were not permitted any free checked baggage.
If travelling in the Economy class, you were permitted 1 x 23kg of checked baggage.
If travelling in the Premium Economy Class, you were permitted 2 x 23kg of checked baggage.
If travelling in the Business Class, you were permitted 2 x 32kg of checked baggage.
If travelling in the Comfort (Rome-Milan) class, you were permitted 2 x 23kg of checked baggage.
If flying with Alitalia CityLiner you could check-in on the Alitalia website for your flight.
Check-in usually opened 48 hour before the scheduled departure time.
Alternatively, passengers could check-in for their flights at the airport check-in desk.
For flights to domestic locations or the Schengen area, check-in closed 40 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international locations outside the Schengen area, check-in closed 60 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to domestic locations, check-in closed 35 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international medium-haul locations, check-in closed 45 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international long-haul flights, check-in closed 60 minutes prior to departure.
For flights from outside of Italy, travelling on a medium-haul flight, you were required to check-in 40 minutes before departure.
For flights from outside of Italy, travelling on a long haul flight, you were required to check-in 40 minutes before departure.
Alitalia City Liner had 3 cabin classes: Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class.
Economy Class was a convenient and comfortable way to travel, complete with a meal and a drink on flights that were over a certain length in the journey.
Premium Economy provided its passengers with extra comforts and better service than Economy Class.
Only available on select medium-haul flights, Business Class had ultimate comforts to make the flight that much more enjoyable. When flying Business Class, you would have access to a range of benefits from the moment that you entered the airport, including the Business Class lounge.
Under the Alitalia brand, Alitalia CityLiner flew to many cities:
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Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, known as Rome Leonardo da Vinci, or Rome Fiumicino, is an international airport located in Fiumicino, just outside of Rome’s city centre. It is one of Europe’s busiest airports by passenger traffic, with 2017 seeing 40.97 million passengers. It was first opened in 1961, but since has developed into having 4 runways and 4 terminals.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci airport was the airport hub for Alitalia (and Alitalia CityLiner) and is currently the hub for Vueling. It is also the focus city for Neos, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair. A number of airlines also fly from this airport, including AlbaStar, Asiana Airlines, Fly Ernest, easyJet, Norwegian and Ural Airlines.
The airline had the following fleet at the time that it stopped flying: