Air Italy on Thursday announced its entry into the Indian market, offering services from New Delhi and Mumbai to Milan, effective from December 7 and December 14 respectively.
Connecting Italy to two of the main business destinations in Asia, India will be the 4th international addition to the Air Italy network after the launch of its operations to New York (JFK), Miami (MIA) and Bangkok (BKK) from its new hub in Milan-Malpensa (MXP).
Air Italy’s Chief Operating Officer, Rossen Dimitrov said, “We look forward to the connection between Italy and two of the main business and tourist destinations in Asia— Mumbai and New Delhi. He said, “We offer new routes and a wider travel option to the discerning travellers from India. Our new service will increase convenience for business guests, leisure travellers, strengthen commerce and tourism ties between the two countries.”