The four-times weekly flights will be operated by the airline’s Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
Air Italy has launched four-times weekly flights between Milan and Bangkok, as part of its Asia network expansion plan.
The Italian carrier, formerly known as Meridiana, will initially fly to the Thai capital four times per week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, with plans to add an additional fifth weekly flight on Saturdays from October 28.
This new route will be operated by the airline’s Airbus A330-200 aircraft, which has been outfitted with 24 seats in business class. These seats recline to a lie-flat position to form a 78-inch bed.
Aside from bedding and amenity kits, business-class passengers can also request for pyjamas and slippers, as well as enjoy up to 60MB of complimentary Wi-Fi. Meanwhile, the economy-class cabin comes with 228 seats.
Neil Mills, chief operating officer of Air Italy, said: “With the opening of this third new international route this year to Bangkok, Air Italy is delighted and proud to fly for the first time to Thailand, a country famed for its beauty and one which is sure to prove popular with our ever-expanding customer base.”
The carrier has also announced plans to launch new flights between Milan and Delhi and Mumbai on October 28 and 30, respectively.
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