Alitalia Airlines is the flag carrier and national airline of Italy that commenced its operations on 13th January 2009. The airline acquired the name, the landing rights, several planes and few other belongings of the old Alitalia – Linee Aeree Italiane (when it was on process of bankruptcy) and all of Air One. After starting its operations, Alitalia considered itself a complete different airline and refused to accept any claim made by passengers of Old Alitalia.
Headquartered in Fiumicino, Italy, Alitalia is the biggest airline of Italy and 19th biggest in the world. Its main hub is located at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, Rome, and its secondary hubs are in Milan's Linate and Malpensa Airports. With a commitment to provide best customer services, the airline makes your journeys full of pleasure.
Alitalia Airlines Top Flight RoutssWith a fleet of more than 140 aircrafts, Alitalia Airlines serves to several destinations of the world. It provides services to 103 destinations, including 26 in Italy and 77 at other parts of the world. About 186 Routss are served with over 4700 weekly flights. Some of the popular flight Routss covered by Alitalia Airlines are Milan Linate to Cagliari, Milan Linate to Alghero, Rome Fiumicino to Cagliari, Milano Malpensa to Tokyo and much more. In Europe, it serves to several prominent destinations like Pisa, London, Malaga, Berlin, Frankfurt, Venice, Milan, Rostov, Rhodes RHO, Athens, Malta, Rome and a lot more. The airline also flies from its main hub Rome to several American destinations like Miami, Boston, Toronto, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. During summer, Alitalia covers to new networks, including Venice to Tokyo, Rome Fiumicino to Comiso and Skopje, Milan Linate to Warsaw and Prague, and Alghero to Turin.
Checked-in baggage weight in Alitalia Airlines depends on the travel class and destination. You may bring one or two pieces of baggage weighing not exceeding to 23 or 32 kg (weight limit varies on cabin class & destination). The dimension of baggage should not be more than 158 cm. Travelers are also allowed to carry one hand baggage of maximum weight 8 kg and its dimension should not exceed (55 x 35 x 25) cm.