Alitalia – Società Aerea Italiana (alitalia.com) is the Italian largest airline. As part of its 2019 summer schedule, Alitalia flies to 100 destinations which include 27 Italian and 73 international destinations, with over 4,300 weekly flights and 150 routes. Alitalia boasts one of the most modern and efficient fleets in the world. It is a member of the SkyTeam alliance and is part of the Transatlantic Joint Venture alongside Air France-KLM and Delta Air Lines.
Leonardo Da Vinci, Rome-Fiumicino Airport is an International Airport in Rome. The airport serves as the main hub for Alitalia, the largest Italian airline with dedicated Terminal 1 for Alitalia’s operations. It has been awarded as the Best airport in Europe by Airport Council International in 2018. Fiumicino Airport offers 36 E-gate for electronic passports.
Passengers can experience Airport Mall and Italian Food Street Area at Pier E, a “Piazza Del Made in Italy” with 40 shops and 10 stores dedicated to food & beverage. The New Pier E for extra-Schengen flights covers over 90,000 sq. m, 22 new boarding gate and Alitalia dedicated transit desk for connecting passengers.
Alitalia boasts one of the most modern and efficient fleet in the world. The Boeing777 and AirbusA330 aircraft in the long-haul fleet are configured with three classes: Magnifica, Premium Economy and Economy class. For its regional fleet, Alitalia has chosen Embraer E190 and E175, Brazilian-made latest generation aircraft with high standards of roominess and comfort
Be Enchanted by Italian-style charm, relax in sheer comfort and be pampered by our Italian hospitality.
Poltrona Frau Leather seats that recline up to 180° have a fully horizontal bed position and a massage function. Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit and with a wide selection of movies on demand available up to 10 languages, news, video games, cartoons and TV series for all ages. A particularly relaxing cabin, thanks to a lighting system with lights that vary in intensity and color depending on the time and the stages of the journey on the new A330 aircraft.
“Casa Alitalia” lounge
Business class passenger will be able to access our “Casa Alitalia” lounges as well as the lounges of our airline partners.
Casa Alitalia lounges offer an elegant and hospitable place while waiting for your flight. The new lounge greets Alitalia passengers with live cooking and bar areas, a dedicated children’s area with games and TV with cartoons, business meeting rooms, Wi-Fi connectivity and showers.
Free access to Casa Alitalia and the other Alitalia lounges is reserved to members of Alitalia Freccia Alata Plus, Freccia Alata, SkyTeam Elite Plus clubs, Alitalia Magnifica and Medium-haul business class ticket holders and Alitalia American Express Platinum cardholders flying with Alitalia. A single-entry access to Casa Alitalia can be purchased by all travelers via the Web, Customer Center, Travel agencies or Alitalia airport ticket offices.
Premium Economy Class
Discover a new way to fly with Premium Economy on long haul international flights.
Premium Economy seats offer up to 40% more space than in Economy Class. Every seat is equipped with a comfortable footrest, individual screens of approx. 10.5’’. You can also enjoy the Traditional Italian dishes, snacks or breakfast, depending on flight time. Passenger travelling in Premium Economy will be provided with dedicated check-in desks and priority in boarding the flight.
Convenience without forgoing comfort with Economy, personalized advantages and services for all types of trips.
Economy class offers Individual entertainment system with vast library of movies, games, music and TV programs; Wi-Fi connectivity and international roaming on selected aircraft. You will also be able to try the new instant coffee created by Lavazza made from 100% Arabica beans and presented first on Alitalia flights.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
– Port Louis
– Kuala Lumpur
– Lamezia Terme
– Reggio Calabria
– Luxembourg City
|Republic of Malta
– Saint Petersburg
– Buenos Aires
– Belo Horizonte
– Iguazu Falls
– João Pessoa
– Porto Alegre
– Rio de Janeiro
– Sao Paulo
– Punta Arenas
– Mexico City
– Panama City
– Fort Lauderdale
– Las Vegas
– Los Angeles
– Myrtle Beach
– New Orleans
– New York
– Salt Lake City
– San Diego
– San Francisco
– Washington, D.C.
– Tel Aviv
Alitalia is the most punctual airline in the world in the first 5 months of 2019.
Rome, 7 June 2019 – With 87.9% of flights landed on schedule, Alitalia has confirmed itself as the most punctual airline in the world in the first five months of 2019. The result was certified by FlightStats, the authoritative US independent society which every month drafts the list of the major airlines in the world for on-time performance, comparing the data of equivalent airlines for size and network.
The analysis performed by FlightStats reported that, in May Alitalia has ranked third most punctual airline in Europe with an on-time performance index which was 5.2% points higher than the average punctuality index of world airlines (78.8%). The Italian airline has ranked eleventh in the global ranking: the monthly figure was influenced by some external and exceptional factors, such as the extraordinary bad weather that hit several Italian airports and the disruption on technological services supplied by some international providers that slowed down the airline flight operations on 5th and 14th May. Despite this, Alitalia kept the first position in the ranking of the most punctual airlines in the world in the first five months of this year.
FlightStats is one of the few data service companies that monitor almost every flight operated by each airline. FlighStats follows the “A14” on-time performance method, monitoring flights which arrive at the gate less than 15 minutes after the scheduled arrival time.