Air Italy Expands Service to Miami, Toronto This Summer

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Air Italy announced an increase in frequencies for its direct flights from Toronto and Miami to Milan. The additional flights will last all summer, with Toronto service starting May 6 and Miami flights to increase frequency beginning April 15.

This summer will mark the start of Air Italy’s direct Milan-Toronto service. The increase, from four to six times a week, comes two months after the company first opened sales for the route. The recent expansion adds flights on Tuesdays and Saturdays, so that it will operate every day except Thursday. Beginning in May, Air Italy will fly the Milan-Toronto route six days a week until October 25.

The airline is also increasing the frequency of its flights between Milan and Miami. Just started this past June, the route will go from operating four times a week to five. The change will last the whole summer season.

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Since Air Italy serves all its intercontinental destinations from Milan Malpensa, travelers flying to Milan can receive connections to Rome Fiumicino, Catania, Palermo, Naples, Lamezia Terme, Cagliari (starting March 31) and Olbia. All the airline’s services between Milan and North America are operated aboard the Airbus A330-200. The craft offers up to 24 seats in the Business Class cabin and 228 in the Economy Class Cabin.

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