Air Italy Announces New On-Board Business Class Service

Courtesy of Air Italy

Air Italy has unveiled its new on-board Business Class product and services. This comes alongside the celebration of the airline’s inaugural Milan–Los Angeles flights. The new Business Class product features contemporary tableware, cutlery and chinaware. These are rolled out with service innovations, including dine-on-demand for the airline’s Business Class customers.

With the new dine-on-demand service, passengers can choose from the à la carte menu and eat what they want—whenever they want it—and in the order of their choosing.

Starting from the launch of the first Milan-Los Angeles flight, the new on-board business product and service will be available across Air Italy’s fleet and network over the coming weeks.

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Beginning in May 2018, Air Italy added new domestic routes from Milan to Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme and Cagliari (April 2019), all scheduled for connection to its newest long-range destinations including New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Following on the heels of Air Italy's inaugural flight to Los Angeles, it will be offering a route from Milan Malpensa to San Francisco starting on April 10. The airline has also announced more direct flights from Toronto and Miami to Milan, lasting the whole summer. Toronto service starts May 6 and Miami flights will increase in frequency beginning April 15.

Air Italy’s fleet is currently comprises five Boeing 737 NG, and five Airbus A330; it also operated three Boeing 737 Max before they were grounded due to fatal flaws with the autopilot system. Air Italy is an Italian airline fully owned by AQA Holding, with its headquarters in Olbia and main operating base in Milan Malpensa. The company started operation as Air Italy in March 2018.

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