AlItalia is the national airline of Italy and has its base at Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) and Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP). The ICAO code of the airline is AZA. The airline has a fleet of no fewer than 104 aircraft, including 44 Airbus A320-200. AlItalia is part of the SkyTeam alliance, including Air France, Air Europe, Delta Airlines and KLM.
Alitalia offers airline tickets in different travel classes. The cheapest tickets are Economy and Premium Economy, followed by Business Class Medium Haul and Magnifica.
Alitalia is the official society that transports the Pope and the Italian national football team. In recent years, the company has leaned against bankruptcy. However, the Italian Government does not want to sell. AlItalia has won the prize for best airplane meals on several occasions.
Alitalia flies to 103 destinations in 41 different countries. 27 of these cities are located in Italy. In addition to Europe, the US and Brazil are also very popular. Since AlItalia also operates flights to Australia and Africa, it is one of the few airlines operating worldwide.
AlItalia is a handy airline for those who book a short city trip or want to fly to Brazil. However, because the company has financial options, it is not always the most reliable partner.
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