BANGKOK, 25 September 24 2018: In a rare occasion an airline hosts a private dinner for travel and aviation industry influencers to mark the introduction of a new service.
Air Italy was celebrating its first touchdown in Bangkok, at the weekend, as it launches four weekly services to the Thai capital.
Air Italy chief customer experience officer, Rossen Dimitrov and, Air Italy chief commercial officer, Andrea Andorno, hosted the dinner with VIP guests led by ENIT, the Italian Tourism Board, representative, Manuela Cavaccini Cataldo.
The company intends to increase services to five weekly by late October.
Bangkok is Air Italy’s third new international route launched this summer after New York and Miami and the first in Asia.
All Air Italy international destinations originate in Milan Malpensa, but the timetable is synchronised to offer connections from Rome Fiumicino, Sicily (Catania, Palermo), Naples, Calabria (Lamezia Terme) and Sardinia (Olbia).
Air Italy’s new services between Milan Malpensa and Bangkok, Thailand, uses an Airbus A330-200 with 24 seats in business class and 228 seats in economy.