New Look, New Flights for Alitalia

  • The red and green 'A' on the tailfin is designed to represent the Italian flag.

    The red and green 'A' on the tailfin is designed to represent the Italian flag.

  • After 46 years, the carrier has erased the green band on the side of its livery.

    After 46 years, the carrier has erased the green band on the side of its livery.

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Sometimes simpler is better. Unveiled in early June, Alitalia’s new livery has erased its prior plane-long green band, changed its white coloring to ivory, and boldened the hues of the signature “A” filling the tail. Alongside this, the flag carrier has also recommenced flights to Seoul for the first time in 30 years and begun a US$387 million refurbishment of its cabins in which Poltrona Frau leather, Frette bedding, and Ferragamo amenities will see them more sophisticated than ever.

For more information, visit Alitalia.

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