Things are getting better for Italian skies.

Alitalia will resume from the 2nd of June non-stop Rome-New York service. Direct flights to Madrid and Barcelona from Rome and non-stop flights between Milan and southern Italy will also commence from that date. The Airline will operate 36% more flights compared to last month. It will fly on 30 routes to 25 airports, including 15 in Italy and 10 abroad.

From 21 May, Alitalia will increase its flights with Catania and Palermo (from 6 to 8 per day). In June the Airline will connect its hub in Rome Fiumicino airport with a number of domestic airports. It will also connect with New York, Barcelona, Brussels, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Madrid, Munich, Paris and Zurich.
The airline expects to almost double its activity from what was planned before the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Flight offering will increase according to demand. There is already ample recovery on some domestic routes. As flight restrictions ease at other foreign airports things are expected to get better.

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