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TORONTO — Air Italy says all of the routes in its current summer season will be back for next year’s summer season, starting March 29 and running through Oct. 24, 2020.
The carrier’s Toronto-Milan flights are coming back next year, along with flights out of L.A. and San Francisco. Air Italy also offers year-round services out of New York and Miami.
In addition to the above routes, all of the current 2019 summer schedule to Africa – Cairo, Dakar, Accra, Lagos and Sharm el Sheikh – are also on sale for 2020.
Air Italy will also be continuing to serve daily multi-frequencies and connections with international flights from Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Cagliari and Olbia.
“Due to the excellent performance of our network during 2019, we are very pleased to be able to announce the commencement of sales for 2020 with the entire network remaining for next summer,” said Rossen Dimitrov, Chief Operating Officer. “This demonstrates our commitment to both the domestic and international market, our network strategy, and our desire to enhance the travel experience for our passengers once more, through early planning opportunities and continued service to our popular destinations.”
Milan Malpensa (MPX) remains at the core of Air Italy’s 2020 network, says Dimitrov, with more than 170 weekly frequencies operating from the carrier’s main hub in the peak season. Some 26 of those are North Atlantic routes, including the six times weekly summer seasonal service from Toronto. The service launched in May 2019.
During the winter season 2019/2020, adds Rossen, Air Italy will operate new long-haul seasonal destinations such as Maldives – which will be offered until the end of 2020 Easter holidays – alongside Mombasa and Zanzibar. These new routes will be launched in October 2019 and will be operated by the airline’s A330-200 aircraft during the winter.