Alitalia to resume flights to NYC, Spain, south Italy

Services from June 2, business will rise 36% on May

(ANSA) - Rome, May 20 - Alitalia on Wednesday said it will resume flights to New York, Spain and southern Italy on June 2.
    Its non-stop link with New York will be dusted off after the COVID lockdown along with Rome-Madrid and Rome-Barcelona services and direct flights from Milan to southern Italy.
    Alitalia said it would carry out 36% more flights than May, operating 30 routes from 25 airports, of which 15 in Italy and 10 abroad.
    The loss-making airline is being renationalised and seeking partners as part of the government rescue.


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