With the arrival of European summer, one of Europe’s largest airlines increases its frequency of flights. Alitalia is already prepared to carry more travelers, counting mainly with additional flights to Trapani, coastal area of Sicily and Rome to Milan.
There will be four daily flights between Rome and Malpensa and a daily flight between Rome and Trapani. Both routes are about 1 hour and 15 minutes long.
The company will also have flights from Milan, Venice and Verona to the second largest city of Sicily, Catania, also very popular during the hottest period of the year. The flights between Venice and Catania will be daily.
In Brazil, Alitalia has daily flights from Rio de Janeiro and 11 weekly flights departing from São Paulo, all bound for Rome and connections.