Air Italy commences operations in India; offers direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai

With Air Italy commencing its direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai, travelling between India and Italy will be a lot easier for the 1.12 lakh travellers visiting the European country.

The Italian airline launched its India operations on December 6 in New Delhi. “India is a fascinating and dynamic destination and is a significant base for business and tourism…” said Rossen Dimitrov, Chief Operating officer, Air Italy.

Air Italy will be competing with Air India and Alitalia that already operate direct flights between India and Italy and is entering the Indian market at a time when the aviation sector is in turmoil due to high aviation fuel prices and a depreciating rupee. Read More

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