ITA Airways joins the Council of Airline Representatives in Germany
Since the start of operations on October 15, 2021, with a fleet of 52 aircraft, ITA Airways has pursued a clear growth strategy.
FRANKFURT AM MAIN and ROME – Born at the end of 2020, ITA Airways is one of the youngest European airlines. As the new Italian flag carrier, ITA Airways serves an extensive national and international network through its two hubs in Rome Fiumicino and Milan Linate. Now the airline joins the Council of Airline Representatives in Germany (BARG).
“ITA Airways is a young and modern airline and an ambassador of ‘Made in Italy’ in the world.” Michel Hoppe, says the President and Executive Director of BARIG. “We are delighted that ITA Airways – like more than 100 other airlines – has chosen a BARIG membership.”
“Germany is a strategic market for ITA Airways, and we are proud to be a member of BARIG. From sustainability to fair competition, BARIG is advancing key aviation industry issues that are critical to our airline,” said Rodney CaliCountry Manager Germany at ITA Airways. “To ensure connectivity between Germany and Italy, ITA Airways offers 94 weekly flights from Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf to its two hubs in Italy – Rome Fiumicino and Milan Linate – as well as other connections to the entire Italian network and to the main international destinations.
Since the start of operations on October 15, 2021, with a fleet of 52 aircraft, ITA Airways has pursued a clear growth strategy. In 2023 alone, 39 new aircraft are expected to enter service while the range of intercontinental flights will be expanded with new routes to North and South America – from Rome Fiumicino to San Francisco, Washington and Rio de Janeiro. Apart from passenger services, ITA Airways also focuses on air cargo transportation. Among other things, the airline is certified for temperature-controlled pharmaceutical transport according to the global IATA CEIV standard.
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