Travel To Italy Reopens To American Tourists

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Italian Government Lifts Restrictions On Travel To Italy For Covid-19 Tested Flights

American Airlines (AA) and Delta have confirmed that they are now allowing passengers to travel to Italy on certain flights subject to Covid testing.

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Quarantine-Free Flights to Italy

“With the recent change in Italy’s travel restrictions, any customers, whether traveling for leisure or essential business, are eligible to fly on American’s flights from New York to Italy starting May 16”, AA stated.

American Airlines‘s quarantine-free flights to Italy include:

  • New York City JFK to Milan (MXP)
  • New York City JFK to Rome (FCO)

American Airlines Welcomes All Customers on Quarantine-Free Flights to Italy

Delta Air Lines stated that its Covid-tested flights between the US and Italy “will open to all customers effective May 16th, following the Italian government lifting entry restrictions enabling American leisure travelers to visit the country for the first time in more than a year.”

Delta’s nonstop COVID-tested flights to Italy include:

  • Five-times-a-week between Atlanta and Rome, increasing to daily May 26,
  • Daily service between New York-JFK and Milan,
  • Three-times-a-week from JFK to Rome, increasing to daily July 1,
  • New York-JFK to Venice beginning July 2,
  • Atlanta to Venice beginning Aug. 5, and
  • Boston to Rome beginning Aug. 5

Italy reopens to leisure travelers on Delta’s COVID-tested flights

Italian Government Policy

The announcements came shortly after Italy’s Foreign Minister, Luigi Di Maio, stated in a Facebook post on Friday evening that the country is ready to welcome US tourists again – but only if they arrive on a Covid-tested flight.

Source: Clare Speak – The Local


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