Air Vallée now flies from Parma to Rome

  • Air Vallée expanded its base in Parma (PMF) in northern Italy by connecting the city with the country capital’s main airport; Rome Fiumicino (FCO). As of 23 February, flights operate twice-daily with Do328 jet aircraft. The route was previously operated by Air Alps, which dropped the route when the airline temporarily suspended operations in January this year. Michele Costantino President of Air Vallèe Holding Company said: “Air Vallèe is delighted to be able to relaunch one of Parma Milan Airport’s most important routes so quickly. Air Vallèe has the aircraft available and is able to offer a better quality service with competitive prices.” Paul Whelan, Managing Director of Parma Milan Airport added: “We have been aware that the Rome route operated by Air Alps has not met customer expectations for some time in terms of price and service and I have been focussed on finding alternative solutions for some time. Our next priority is to finalise the discussions with Alitalia to ensure that the route is operated in partnership with Alitalia ensuring international transit to and from Parma.”


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