Air One starts two seasonal routes from Venice to the Balearic Islands; adds flights to Mykonos from Milan Malpensa
On 13 July, Alitalia’s subsidiary Air One expanded its summer offering from Venice (VCE) as it launched four-weekly services each to Palma de Mallorca (PMI) and Mahon (MAH) in the Balearic Islands. Both routes are served with A320s and will end on 9 September. Offered on a year-round basis, Barcelona is the airline’s only other Spanish destination from Venice. A day later, Air One also launched seasonal services from Milan Malpensa (MXP) to Mykonos (JMK) in the Greek Cyclades Islands. Four weekly A320-operated flights on the 1,700-kilometre route will be offered until early September. The main competitor on the route is easyJet with 12 weekly flights, but Aegean Airlines and Meridianafly each offer weekly services.