Upgraded Air Italy on-board service designed to enrich the Economy Class travel experience
Air Italy recently announced that it has refreshed its Economy Class meals, packaging and Inflight Service for long-haul flights. Starting this month, the airline will roll out a new inflight dining experience, with all new menus – on all long-haul flights from the carrier’s Milan Malpensa hub.
In addition, customers can look forward to generous portions of appetizer, main course and desserts, stainless steel cutlery and a personal water bottle that offer a refined dining experience thus enhancing the overall travel experience for Economy Class passengers.
“Air Italy is working tirelessly to offer our customers a luxury flight experience, complete with innovative comforts and services, as we continue to help them imagine the world differently,” said Rossen Dimitrov, Chief Operating Officer of Air Italy. “Just this week, we were rated as a Four Star Global Airline in the annual APEX Official Airline Ratings, as voted for by our passengers, making us the only Four Star rated airline in Italy.’’
“We want to ensure that everyone who chooses to fly with us can enjoy their journey, savor our delicious menus, taste our Italian specialties – from breakfast all the way through to dinner – and all accompanied by a glass of one of our many fine wines.’’
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About Air Italy
Air Italy’s long-haul network is operated by Airbus 330-200s with 24 seats in Business class and 228 seats in Economy class, based in Milan Malpensa (MXP) where the airline operates all year-round direct flights to New York (daily) and Miami (daily except Tuesday). The company also offers direct flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Toronto from Milan Malpensa in the summer season, from March to October. This winter the airline will operate three weekly flights to the Maldives and twice a week to Zanzibar and Mombasa. Source: News Release