On 26 August, Air Italy’s new domestic service from Milan Malpensa was welcomed at Lamezia Terme with this water arch. The sector allows for seamless connections to the airline’s long-haul network, which includes destinations such as New York JFK, Miami, Havana, Bangkok, Delhi, Mumbai, Moscow, Cairo, Dakar, Accra and Lagos.
- Air Italy inaugurated flights to Lamezia Terme (SUF) from Milan Malpensa (MXP) on 26 August. The new Lamezia Terme service will operate 10 times week initially, rising to double-daily from October, using a mixture of the airline’s 737-800 and 737 MAX 8s. Air Italy’s COO Neil Mills, said: “With the opening of this sixth domestic route to Lamezia Terme, Air Italy is delighted to have delivered on the first phase of our domestic business plan for 2018.” The Chairman of SACAL Lamezia Terme Airport, Arturo De Felice, said: “I would like to express my great satisfaction and that of the Lamezia Terme Airport Management in welcoming the new Air Italy flights from Milan Malpensa.” The airline’s next service to be inaugurated will be the four times weekly route from Malpensa to Bangkok, which will commence on 9 September. This route will be followed closely by the start of flights to Delhi and Mumbai on 28 and 30 October respectively. easyJet (18 times weekly), Ryanair (double-daily) and Neos (weekly) provides direct competition on the airport pair from Malpensa to Lamezia Terme. See how Lamezia Terme Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.