Live Your Italian Dream!

Live Your Italian Dream!
Duomo at sunrise in Milan, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Visiting the fashion capital of the world just got easier.

OT Staff
December 07 , 2018
01 Min Read

There's good news for all the fashion lovers in India––Air Italy just announced its thrice-a-week non-stop flight from New Delhi to Milan. The first flight took off from Indira Gandhi International Airport earlier today, marking the inauguration of the service. The company will also operate thrice-a-week Milan flights from Mumbai, starting December 14.  The continuously expanding airline will also provide travellers with connections to other major cities like New York, Miami, and other major places as well as domestic flights across Italy.

The introduction of this service denotes the company’s plan to expand its connections in Asia. Air Italy promises unparalleled services to its customers with Italian and Indian Cuisines, in-flight entertainment and personal assistance from the staff.  Italy being one of the prime European destinations, these flexible flight services will surely help them plan their vacations at any time of the year. Initially, four airlines provided direct services to Italy with only Air India offering flights to Milan from Kochi.

It's time to fulfill your Italian dream. Conquer the Colosseum in Rome if you are a history lover, indulge in pasta and pizza if food is your calling, and watch a match at the legendary San Siro if football rules your heart––all thanks to Air Italy's new and convenient offer. Book your tickets here.

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