Resuming its presence in the India market after nine years, Alitalia continued its operations in the country with a direct daily service between Delhi-Rome. Fabio Lazzerini, CCO, Alitalia, tended to the social event and said that in 2015, around 4, 60,000 individuals went amongst India and Italy, and the new flight would assume an enormous part in the development of tourism between the two nations.
He said, “Re-investing in the country, we started the flight to meet the increasing demand. We have a state-of-the-art 250-seater A330 aircraft on the Delhi-Rome route, which has on board wi-fi in all the classes. The Business Class in Alitalia is called the Magnifica with ultra-luxurious service onboard as well as on ground. There is also a Premier Economy, which offers great comfort as well as extra legroom. The Economy Class also gives the comfort of Alitalia with amazing entertainment and meal options. We are starting new flights in our winter schedule this year from both India and Maldives.”