Air Italy launched operations from Milan Malpensa to San Francisco on 10 April, a route it will operate four times weekly. Pictured cutting the ribbon at the gate launch ceremony are: Rossen Dimitrov, COO, Air Italy; Stefania Proietti, Mayor of Assisi; and Paolo Dallanoce, Head of Airlines Facilities Management at SEA Milan Airports.
- Air Italy introduced two new long-haul routes to its Milan Malpensa (MXP) network for the start of the S19 season, initiating flights to Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO). The former was the first to launch, with Los Angeles services beginning on 3 April, while San Francisco operations were inaugurated on 10 April. The carrier will serve both 9,691- and 9,543-kilometre routes four times weekly utilising its fleet of A330-200s. No other carrier is serving these airport pairs this summer. These become Air Italy’s third and fourth routes to the US from Milan Malpensa, joining existing services to Miami and New York JFK.