Alitalia is Italy’s largest airline


Alitalia is the main Italian airline opened to million of passengers whose destinations reached all areas of the world. In fact, since 2017 Alitalia  enlarged its destination range flying to 74 destinations, including 24 Italian and 54 international destinations, with 3,300 weekly flights.

The quality of its service, the attention to the passenger experience, the high level of professionalism, the consistent training of its crew, service technicians and all its staff have always been the hallmark of Alitalia. The distinctive Italian style comfort and elegance are always present onboard Alitalia’s aircraft. On long-haul flights Alitalia offers three classes of service: Business class, Premium Economy, and Economy class. Business class guests enjoy all-aisle seats, upholstered in leather, that convert to true flatbeds, reclining a full 180 degrees and large 15.4 inch. LCD screens providing on-demand audio & video, including movies, music and games. Amenity kit with personal care items are provided by Bulgari.

The excellence and exclusivity of the service on board Alitalia is also distinguished by the sophisticated dining experience with award-winning menus featuring regional Italian cuisine, and tableware designed by Richard Ginori, Italian regional recipes prepared with fresh products DOP and IGP are paired with premium wines selected by Alitalia’s official Sommelier in collaboration with the Italian Sommelier Foundation. Alitalia’s commitment to the enhancement of Italian cuisine in the world through the onboard dining experience has received the award for “Best Airline Cuisine” for eight consecutive years (2010 to 2017). The award was given by the readers of Global Traveler Magazine for the quality of its meals served on board. The major accolade follows a large, in-depth air traveller survey in the magazine by nearly 30,000 frequent flyers who were asked to comment on excellence in the travel and tourism industry.


Promoting accommodation in Rome for international passengers with connecting flights to final destinations outside Italy. This is the aim of ‘Stopover Roma’, the new product launched by Alitalia in cooperation with Federalberghi Roma, Unindustria and Aeroporti di Roma, with the patronage of the Municipality of Rome.

Alitalia passengers travelling between two cities with one stop in Fiumicino airport will be able to stop in Rome for the price of a ticket including a simple airport transit. Travellers will also avail of special hotel rates for affiliated accommodation facilities and of complimentary luggage deposit at Fiumicino airport.


New services to Johannesburg (South Africa), Delhi (India) and Male (Maldives), the extension of the Rome-Los Angeles flight and the frequency increase on the Rome-Sao Paulo route in the winter season, in addition to the long-haul services launched in the past two years (to Seoul, Santiago de Chile, Mexico City and Havana) show that Alitalia is committed to develop its intercontinental network which is expected to further grow during next summer.