ITA Airways

ITA Airways, the flag carrier of Italy, has opened sales for a new direct flight route between Malta and Milan Linate, scheduled to commence on 1st June 2024.

The connection will be operational with four weekly frequencies until September. Flights departing from Malta are scheduled for 1.55pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sundays, reaching Milan at 3.55pm. On Saturdays, the flight will leave Malta at 5.45pm, landing in Milan at 7.45pm.

Flights departing from Milan will leave at 11.10am, arriving in Malta at 1.05pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays. On the other hand, the flights will leave Milan at 3pm on Saturdays, arriving in Malta at 4.55pm.

This addition marks a significant expansion to ITA Airways’ services, offering passengers increased flexibility and options for travel between the two countries during the summer season.

This new route adds to ITA Airways’ existing service from Rome Fiumicino to Malta, currently operating twice weekly. There are plans to increase this to three times a week in April and to introduce daily flights by June.

Throughout summer 2024, the airline will seek to serve 57 destinations across its network, including 16 domestic, 26 international, and 15 intercontinental routes. ITA Airways is set to launch a number of new direct flights from its Rome Fiumicino hub to various destinations, including Chicago (US), Toronto (Canada), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Accra (Ghana), Kuwait City (Kuwait), Dakar (Senegal), and Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).

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