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Airplanes, Americans fly back to Italy despite restrictions

Delta resumed connections with Malpensa and Fiumicino from New York, suspended in March. United plans to return in December. Alitalia does only the Rome-New York The Americans are back. Delta Air Lines has resumed direct flights from the United States to Italy, despite travel restrictions. The Atlanta airline is the only US carrier currently flying to Italy. Delta has a commercial alliance with Alitalia, which has only one long-haul connection, from Rome Fiumicino to New York six days a week. From New York to Malpensa and Fiumicino Delta suspended direct flights to Italy on March 2 and 3. On 9…
September 16, 2020