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    Air Italy Inaugurates Los Angeles Service, Celebrates Long-Haul Network Growth
    April 7, 2019 Albert Kuan Routes

    Air Italy has landed on the West Coast, bringing Italian style to Los Angeles from Milan and providing the only nonstop link between the two cities. The inaugural flight from Milan’s Malpensa Airport arrived at Los Angeles International Airport late Wednesday afternoon marking the very first West Coast flight for the one-year-old reinvented airline. The airline’s new nonstop flight to and from Los Angeles is the only service to Milan from the West Coast of the United States and the second nonstop service to Italy from Los Angeles behind Alitalia’s service to Rome.

    The new 12-hour, 6,000-mile nonstop service departs from Milan at 1:00 pm as IG943 and arrives in Los Angeles the same day at 4:50 p.m. The return flight, IG944, departs back to Milan at 6:50 p.m. and arrives the next day at 3:55 p.m. Air Italy will operate the route every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

    Although Air Italy is a new name in transatlantic travel, the airline holds more than 50 years of experience flying within Italy and Europe under Meridiana, its previous brand. The airline became Air Italy after being majorly backed by Doha-based Qatar Airways in early 2018.

    “Our ambition is very simple,” said Rossen Dimitrov, Air Italy’s Chief Operating Officer. “We would like to become the number one airline in Italy. We offer a great choice of service, we offer a great network, and we’re different.”

    The airline has prominent plans for expansion, currently operating a fleet of five Airbus A330-200s leased and taken over from Qatar Airways. The A330s are used on its long-haul flights to the U.S., including Los Angeles, but the airline may be acquiring Boeing 787 Dreamliners, also used by Qatar Airways, in the future to fuel its expansion. The A330s currently in service feature new cabin products and cabin illuminations designed specifically for Air Italy. The airline plans to grow its fleet and operate over 50 aircraft by 2022 to serve Los Angeles and its long-haul destinations.
    Air Italy celebrated the success of its first inaugural flight to Los Angeles at a private event in Downtown Los Angeles the day after the inaugural flight from Los Angeles. Along with Dimitrov, Los Angeles World Airports COO Samson Mengistu and Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino were present at the event to toast the new service to Los Angeles.

    “Here in Los Angeles, this route means so much for us,” said Councilman Buscaino. “Air Italy’s newest route marks a growing trend of international investment into Los Angeles’ tourism economy. Our dedication to making LA a place where everyone is welcome is only made stronger when our global partners trust our ability to see that plan through.”

    The post-inaugural flight event celebrated the inauguration of Air Italy’s four-times-weekly service between Los Angeles and Milan. For Air Italy, the new service marks another breakthrough in its plans for long-haul expansion after nearly one year in service.

    Air Italy is now Italy’s second largest airline after Alitalia, but the Milan-based airline has great plans to turn itself from a niche player into the biggest international airline in Italy in the coming years. With the new investment, the airline has its sight set toward competing with struggling Alitalia and establishing a strong hub at Malpensa Airport by growing its long-haul reach from the airport.

    Although Milan plays a major part in Italy’s economy as an economic center and global fashion hub, the city’s airport currently doesn’t see itself as a hub due to a lack of long-haul international. Air Italy is seeking to tap into a large market of long-haul Italian business travelers who currently seek out other airlines to fly to Asia and North America. Furthermore, the airline will be feeding passengers from other Italian airports into Malpensa Airport, making the airport a strong hub for international travel from Europe.

    “Rome is a very favorite destination. We operate between Milan and Rome…It’s a very simple transfer and it’s a very quick flight. It’s also about an hour to reach from our home in Milan Malpensa to Catania, Naples and Sardinia,” Dimitrov added.

    The airline offers two classes of service on its A330 aircraft, business class and economy class. Business class offers 24 paired lie-flat seats with enveloping shell design, privacy partitions and lots of open space. Italian brand amenity kits, duvets, plush mattress pads, designer pajamas, Italian ice cream, espresso coffee in the cup and signature drinks are just some of the highlights for business class travelers making the transatlantic journey.

    In all cabins, Air Italy also offers free food and drinks – including alcoholic beverages, in-flight WiFi, power outlets, and personal in-flight entertainment systems at each seat. Air Italy’s cabins emphasize more space for the traveler and the new economy class seats feature more space than on most European long-haul carriers. Business class seats are configured in 2-2-2 configuration while the 228 seats in economy class seats are configured in a 2-4-2 configuration.

    The inaugural flight from Milan to Los Angeles was also the first time Air Italy tested out its dine on-demand dining for business class travelers, based on Qatar Airways’ business class offering. Air Italy has redeveloped catering and its menus especially for international flights and business class travelers now have the option to dine anytime from the choices available on the seasonally-changing menus. The selections on the onboard menu are extensive and entirely customizable.

    Air Italy’s destinations in the U.S. and North America presently include Los Angeles, New York and Miami; though, the airline will be launching three-times-weekly service to San Francisco next week and service to Toronto in early May. Once San Francisco service begins, Air Italy will be serving California daily.

    “Our ambition is very simple. We would like to become the number one airline in Italy. We offer a great choice of service, we offer a great network, and we’re different,” continued Dimitrov.

    “We would like to make Italians proud of the services we offer and we finally would like to think the Italians would be able to catch an airline from their own home country providing great service and quality to travel around the world.”

    https://airlinegeeks.com/2019/04/07/...lpensa-to-lax/

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    La pecionaggine un tanto al chilo. San Francisco. Dal 4 aprile. E il primo volo parte il 10/4.


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    Gli stati uniti sono preoccupati dell'ingresso di Qatar Airways in Air Italy...

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...KCN1RM1XD?il=0

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    La solita fuffa yankee

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    Qatar Airways refutes claims Air Italy investment flouts Open Skies agreement

    Qatar Airways has issued a strongly worded statement refuting what it says are “baseless statements and consistent inaccuracies” regarding its shareholding in Air Italy.

    The Gulf carrier owns a 49 per cent in the Italian airline, which has gradually been adding transatlantic routes from its Milan base to US destinations including LA, New York, Miami and San Francisco.

    A report by Reuters said that “The United States is scrutinizing state-owned Qatar Airways’ acquisition of a 49 percent stake in Air Italy, which has been flying to US destinations since June in a move seen by US lawmakers as flouting a deal not to add new flights to the domestic market”.

    Meanwhile The Partnership for Open and Fair Skies – a coalition composed of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines – said in a statement:

    “There is bipartisan concern that Qatar Airways is violating last year’s agreement with the United States – making its finances more opaque instead of less and using Air Italy as a proxy to undermine the US airline industry.

    “The future of this industry – and the jobs it supports – depend on the Trump administration holding Qatar accountable for its trade-cheating actions.”

    Qatar Airways said that the agreement – which according to the US Department of State aims to ensure “a level playing field in the global aviation sector while maintaining the Open Skies framework of US international aviation policy” – did not “mention or prohibit cross-border investments of any type”.

    The carrier said that its investment in Air Italy “was a matter of public knowledge” at the time of the discussions, and that “airline investments were not raised as a point of concern during those talks”.

    Qatar Airways said that its 49 per cent stake in Air Italy’s parent company AQA was at the same level as that held by Delta in both Virgin Atlantic and Aeromexico.

    The airline added that it does not codeshare on any of Air Italy’s flights to the US, and has no plans to do so.

    “The ‘Big 3’ US carriers have consistently demonstrated their hostility to new entrants into the US-Europe market, and their attacks on Air Italy based on the identity of its minority shareholder are just another manifestation of this hostility,” said the carrier.

    “Air Italy, the carrier the ‘Big 3’ cite as a major ‘threat’ to their survival, has a fleet of just 15 aircraft and only serves one US city – New York – with a daily service while other routes, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco are operated at a lower frequency.”

    qatarairways.com

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    Sembra una barzelletta.
    Air Italy ora si vorrebbe ritirare da OLB visto che AZ vuole rimanere sulla tratta su FCO e LIN.

    https://italiavola.com/2019/04/12/ai...ront-su-olbia/

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    comunicato di IG

    Olbia,12Aprile2019
    Continuità territoriale Sardegna (CT1)
    La "soluzione" proposta ieri sera dalla Regione Sardegna e dal Ministero dei Trasporti non è una soluzione, è una farsa.

    Estendendo la vecchia continuità per Cagliari e Alghero, e non per Olbia, si crea uno squilibrio ridicolo, in particolare rispetto alla diversa politica tariffaria: dal 17 aprile ci sarà la tariffa unica su Alghero, mentre su Olbia varrà dal doppio al triplo della tariffa residenti. Alitalia sarà sia ad Alghero, sia ad Olbia, potrà servire sia i passeggeri con alta capacità di spesa su Olbia e indirizzare - in alternativa - gli altri su Alghero.

    Air Italy non può condividere questo schema e non condividerà il programma dei voli di Olbia con Alitalia.

    Dopo l'assegnazione della gara ad Alitalia, ci sono stati incontri sia con il Ministero, sia con la Regione Sardegna - spiace constatare che tutte le promesse fatte non abbiano portato a nulla.

    Air Italy ha deciso di volare da Olbia a Roma e da Olbia a Linate (e viceversa), come dichiarato in più occasioni, per proteggere il proprio personale di oltre 500 persone e l’investimento fatto negli ultimi 50 anni al servizio della Sardegna.

    Questa "soluzione" proposta contiene elementi di forte ambiguità e spiace constatare che in definitiva, sia la Regione, sia il Ministero abbiano scelto di non gestire la situazione, limitandosi ad invitare Air Italy e Alitalia ad incontrarsi ed a concordare una soluzione rispetto alle frequenze dei voli da e per Olbia. Ciò, non solo - e innanzitutto - crea una situazione di incertezza estremamente dannosa per i passeggeri a pochi giorni dall’inizio dei voli con il nuovo regime, ma pone altresì Air Italy in una situazione di inaccettabile svantaggio competitivo, avendo Alitalia già venduto migliaia di biglietti per la stagione estiva, iniziando le vendite prima dell’aggiudicazione definitiva e continuando a vendere anche dopo la dichiarazione del 12 marzo, con cui Air Italy accettava di operare senza compensazione.

    Questo non è accettabile.

    Grazie a questa "soluzione", centinaia di dipendenti di Air Italy, migliaia di famiglie a Olbia e decine se non centinaia di migliaia di viaggiatori sono rimasti completamente all'oscuro rispetto a quanto accadrà sulla nuova Continuità Territoriale fra soli cinque giorni.

    Come conseguenza di quanto sopra, Air Italy dovrà ora rinunciare alle rotte in favore di Alitalia.

    Cercheremo quindi di incontrare la Regione Sardegna e il Ministero per avere indicazioni e supporto su come affrontare le conseguenze che indubbiamente deriveranno da quanto deciso oggi.

    https://press.airitaly.com/continuit...oCJ4N028AoBGXQ

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    In realtà mi sembra che abbiano ora la scusa per chiudere la base di Olbia, addossando la colpa ad altri.

    Milano verrà servita ovviamente su MXP e da lì origineranno in futuro i voli.

    Centinaia di dipendenti per gestire 3 voli al giorno d'inverno e manutenere 7/8 aerei mi sembra una follia.

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    Dal Qatar si sono adattati in fretta all'italico chiagne e fotte.

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    Per una volta in Az ha fatto le scelta giusta. Tutto ciò ha dei contorni ridicoli.

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    Probabilmente il più pulito ha la rogna.


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    In realtà mi sembra che abbiano ora la scusa per chiudere la base di Olbia, addossando la colpa ad altri.

    Milano verrà servita ovviamente su MXP e da lì origineranno in futuro i voli.

    Centinaia di dipendenti per gestire 3 voli al giorno d'inverno e manutenere 7/8 aerei mi sembra una follia.
    Tantopiù la chiusura estiva di LIN.

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    Dai, una bella fusione con Alitalia e tutto va a posto....

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    Dai, una bella fusione con Alitalia e tutto va a posto....

    Oggi è una battuta.

    Nel 2020 vedremo...

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    https://www.instagram.com/p/BwKKTKRJ..._web_copy_link

    Mi ricorda qualcosa...Spero che tra un paio di mesi non vada a finire nello stesso modo.

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    jetBlue, FedEx e Atlas Air difendono IG/QR contro le Big3:

    jetBlue Airways (B6, New York JFK), FedEx, and Atlas Air (5Y, New York JFK) have appealed to the US government not to restrict either Air Italy (IG, Milan Malpensa) or Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad Int'l) from flying to the country, contradicting an earlier campaign by the Big Three legacy US airlines.

    "Should the US breach the US-Qatar agreement by restricting Qatar Airways’ rights into the US, or the US-EU agreement by restricting Air Italy flights, we can expect to see a rapid unraveling of hard-fought aviation rights around the world when other governments take similar action to shield their state-owned airlines from competition," the airlines said in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao.

    jetBlue, FedEx, and Atlas Air argued that Air Italy operates legally to the United States under third and fourth freedom of the skies. They said that allegations that Qatar Airways, which controls 49% of Air Italy, uses the Italian carrier to run "de facto seventh freedom flights" are "wholly unsubstantiated".

    The three airlines warned of retaliation which could hurt not only their individual interests but also US passengers and businesses.

    They further argued that by the same token, Delta Air Lines' 49% stake in Virgin Atlantic (VS, London Heathrow) or American Airlines' 2.8% stake in China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou) could be seen as violating other international and bilateral air traffic agreements.

    The letter came in response to a campaign by American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth), United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare), and Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) which argue that by using Air Italy as its proxy, Qatar Airways is, in fact, violating the 2018 US-Qatar agreement related to future air traffic rights to the US for the Qatari airline.

    On April 16, the Big Three airlines' CEOs published an advertisement in the New York Times saying that Qatar Airways, which they called a "heavily subsidised airline", continues to hurt American businesses by bypassing the 2018 agreement.

    Air Transport World has reported that the US Senate aviation and space subcommittee is tentatively planning to hold a hearing regarding the Air Italy-Qatar Airways tie-up in May 2019.

    Excluding cargo flights, Qatar Airways currently flies 75x weekly to the US from Doha Hamad Int'l serving New York JFK (2x daily), Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson, Boston, Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Intc'l, Los Angeles Int'l, Philadelphia Int'l, Washington Dulles (all daily), and Miami Int'l (5x weekly). Air Italy operates an additional 20 weekly flights from Milan Malpensa to the US, serving Los Angeles (4x weekly), Miami (5x weekly), New York JFK (daily), and San Francisco, CA (4x weekly). The Italian carrier's flights to the US are not covered by the code-share agreement with Qatar Airways.

    Ch-Aviation

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    In realtà mi sembra che abbiano ora la scusa per chiudere la base di Olbia, addossando la colpa ad altri.

    Milano verrà servita ovviamente su MXP e da lì origineranno in futuro i voli.

    Centinaia di dipendenti per gestire 3 voli al giorno d'inverno e manutenere 7/8 aerei mi sembra una follia.

    Ho sempre avuto la sensazione che non fossero mai stati interessati al mercato sardo. Ora penso sia chiaro per tutti!

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    jetBlue, FedEx e Atlas Air difendono IG/QR contro le Big3:

    jetBlue Airways (B6, New York JFK), FedEx, and Atlas Air (5Y, New York JFK) have appealed to the US government not to restrict either Air Italy (IG, Milan Malpensa) or Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Hamad Int'l) from flying to the country, contradicting an earlier campaign by the Big Three legacy US airlines.

    "Should the US breach the US-Qatar agreement by restricting Qatar Airways’ rights into the US, or the US-EU agreement by restricting Air Italy flights, we can expect to see a rapid unraveling of hard-fought aviation rights around the world when other governments take similar action to shield their state-owned airlines from competition," the airlines said in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao.

    jetBlue, FedEx, and Atlas Air argued that Air Italy operates legally to the United States under third and fourth freedom of the skies. They said that allegations that Qatar Airways, which controls 49% of Air Italy, uses the Italian carrier to run "de facto seventh freedom flights" are "wholly unsubstantiated".

    The three airlines warned of retaliation which could hurt not only their individual interests but also US passengers and businesses.

    They further argued that by the same token, Delta Air Lines' 49% stake in Virgin Atlantic (VS, London Heathrow) or American Airlines' 2.8% stake in China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou) could be seen as violating other international and bilateral air traffic agreements.

    The letter came in response to a campaign by American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth), United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare), and Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) which argue that by using Air Italy as its proxy, Qatar Airways is, in fact, violating the 2018 US-Qatar agreement related to future air traffic rights to the US for the Qatari airline.

    On April 16, the Big Three airlines' CEOs published an advertisement in the New York Times saying that Qatar Airways, which they called a "heavily subsidised airline", continues to hurt American businesses by bypassing the 2018 agreement.

    Air Transport World has reported that the US Senate aviation and space subcommittee is tentatively planning to hold a hearing regarding the Air Italy-Qatar Airways tie-up in May 2019.

    Excluding cargo flights, Qatar Airways currently flies 75x weekly to the US from Doha Hamad Int'l serving New York JFK (2x daily), Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson, Boston, Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Intc'l, Los Angeles Int'l, Philadelphia Int'l, Washington Dulles (all daily), and Miami Int'l (5x weekly). Air Italy operates an additional 20 weekly flights from Milan Malpensa to the US, serving Los Angeles (4x weekly), Miami (5x weekly), New York JFK (daily), and San Francisco, CA (4x weekly). The Italian carrier's flights to the US are not covered by the code-share agreement with Qatar Airways.

    Ch-Aviation
    Quale libertà aerea usa IG per volare dall'Italia verso gli Stati Uniti e spesso anche AZ per volare dall'Italia verso paesi non UE?
    Mi spiego meglio: le libertà aeree da 1a a 5a parlano inequivocabilmente di Paese di appartenenza dell'aeromobile (gli A332 IG sono immatricolati in Irlanda), mentre le libertà aeree da 6a a 9a di Paese di appartenenza della compagnia aerea.
    Non riesco ad identificare libertà aeree simili alla 3a e 4a ma riferite al Paese di appartenenza della Compagnia aerea.

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    Quale libertà aerea usa IG per volare dall'Italia verso gli Stati Uniti e spesso anche AZ per volare dall'Italia verso paesi non UE?
    Mi spiego meglio: le libertà aeree da 1a a 5a parlano inequivocabilmente di Paese di appartenenza dell'aeromobile (gli A332 IG sono immatricolati in Irlanda), mentre le libertà aeree da 6a a 9a di Paese di appartenenza della compagnia aerea.
    Non riesco ad identificare libertà aeree simili alla 3a e 4a ma riferite al Paese di appartenenza della Compagnia aerea.
    Qui c'è il Manual on theRegulation ofInternationalAir Transport dell'ICAO.
    Mi sembra che il riferimento sia alla nazionalità dei vettori. Ho dato solo un rapido sguardo, magari c'è dell'altro.

    https://www.icao.int/Meetings/atconf...%209626_en.pdf
    Ciao

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    Qui c'è il Manual on theRegulation ofInternationalAir Transport dell'ICAO.
    Mi sembra che il riferimento sia alla nazionalità dei vettori. Ho dato solo un rapido sguardo, magari c'è dell'altro.

    https://www.icao.int/Meetings/atconf...%209626_en.pdf
    Grazie per il chiarimento.
    La mia perplessità nasceva da questo .pdf reperito in rete: http://www.ibneditore.it/wp-content/...berta_aria.pdf

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    Non so se gia' pubblicato, vedo per la prima volta questo video-pagliacciata

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2umL1aJjOWg
    London Heathrow is a state of mind

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    Non so se gia' pubblicato, vedo per la prima volta questo video-pagliacciata

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2umL1aJjOWg
    Sara' anche una "pagliacciata"; mi definisci invece, per cortesia, l'uscita di AAB?

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    Dai ma siamo al ridicolo. Fanno ridere da tutte e due le parti ma compagnie da 1000 e passa aerei che si impuntano contro un player imbarazzantemente e infinitamente più piccolo è al limite del credibile.


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    Sara' anche una "pagliacciata"; mi definisci invece, per cortesia, l'uscita di AAB?
    Rassicura i suoi clienti... "A bordo dei voli Qatar troverete solo personale giovane, eterosessuale e senza figli". Tutta l'altra feccia la lasciano alle compagnie occidentali.
    Scegli un lavoro che ami e non lavorerai mai, nemmeno per un giorno in tutta la vita

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