6-Oct-2009 11:07 AM

Three new A320s for Alitalia

Alitalia took delivery (01-Oct-2009) of three new A320s from Airbus, with the aircraft to be mainly used on the Milan-Rome route. The new aircraft will replace three MD80s which are leaving the airline's fleet. The number of new A320s in the Alitalia fleet rises to 35, of which six have been delivered since Mar-2009. A further five A320s will be delivered by the end of the year. Alitalia's fleet renewal plan will see the arrival of a further 55 A320s for short and medium haul routes and 12 A330 for long-haul services by 2013. [more]

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