Salta la coda, fai il check-in online. E' semplice e ti permette di cambiare posto, acquistare un posto extra comfort e di poter portare un secondo bagaglio risparmiando il 20% rispetto al prezzo in aeroporto.
Once you visit the new Casa Alitalia airport lounge at FCO in Rome, you will truly be spoiled for any future air travel. With chefs making fresh Italian food all day, free-flowing Ferrari Maximum Brut sparkling wine and staff who treat you as guests in their own beautiful home, it's an awesome experience. The newly opened lounge is designed to be more like a luxurious Roman home, not an airport lounge. With delicious food, fine wine, beautiful furnishings and great Italian products, it's quite a wonderful experience. Here's a tour of the Casa Alitalia lounge at FCO airport in Rome. I flew Alitalia (https://www.alitalia.com/en_us) from JFK to Rome and back in their great Business Class cabin. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE to see more of my videos Check out my luxury travel blog, http://www.luxuryfred.com @Luxury Fred on TWITTER - http://www.twitter.com/luxuryfred @Luxury Fred on INSTAGRAM - http://www.instagram.com/luxuryfred Luxury Fred Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LuxuryFred/169590046387395
Now this is what flying should be!! Check out my wonderful Business Class flight on Alitalia (https://www.alitalia.com/en_us) from JFK to FCO. You can also see a video of my return flight and a tour of the Casa Alitalia lounge in Rome, all here on my YouTube channel. With cabin crew trained by chefs and waiters in the Alitalia Customer Excellence Academy, it really was like flying in a luxury hotel or in a fine Italian restaurant. They call their passengers "guests" and really deliver a wonderful, Italian experience at 40,000 feet. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE to see more of my videos Check out my luxury travel blog, http://www.luxuryfred.com @Luxury Fred on TWITTER - http://www.twitter.com/luxuryfred @Luxury Fred on INSTAGRAM - http://www.instagram.com/luxuryfred Luxury Fred Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LuxuryFred/169590046387395
Self check-in is as easy as the A-B-C's once you watch this video on how to check-in and get your tickets printed out using one of the DSM's Self Check-in kiosks located conveniently around the air terminal. Primarily for passengers who are not checking bags, you can also say you're checking baggage too, pay for it with a credit card, and then the only thing you have to do when you get to the counter is give them your checked luggage. Be informed, find out how to check-in without having to go to the counter. Pick seats, upgrades, check on air miles or apply them, etc. It is all a part of the new, faster, more convenient streamlining of the ticket process here at DSM!
Welcome onboard the first Alitalia flight review! -WATCH IN 1080p HD- Instagram : Samyyavia Flight Info: Airline : Alitalia International Airlines Italy Aircraft : Airbus A320-200 Flight : AZ 159 Class: Economy Class From : Brussels Airport Zaventem, Belgium To : Rome Airport, Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci airport Italy Camera: Canon EOS 550D, iPhone 6 Delays : None Service onboard : good Inflight catering : good
(13 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Various of Alitalia aircrafts on tarmac 2. Wide of airport, cars driving on road 3. Wide of Alitalia check-in desks 4. Mid of two Alitalia employees at desk 5. Various of screens with information about departures 6. Mid of newspapers frontpages 7. Close up of newspaper headline reading (Italian): "Alitalia, yes from Airfrance" 8. Pan of newspaper headline reading (Italian): "In flight Alitalia-Airfrance" 9. Close up of newspaper headline reading (Italian): "Alitalia Airfrance takes off, Malpensa will remain strategic" 10. Wide of protest outside airport, union flag in foreground 11. Gloria de Marchis, former Alitalia stewardess, protesting, standing next to coffin 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Gloria de Marchis, former Alitalia stewardess: "I started working in 1977 and after 31 years of flight they sent me away on the 12th of December 2008 with just a letter sent on a computer." 13. Close up of de Marchis' ID card from 1977 and old Alitalia card 14. Gloria de Marchis standing next to coffin STORYLINE Alitalia began its new life as a privatised company on Tuesday, with its first flights taking off without delay despite worker protests seeking to mar the inauguration of the streamlined national carrier. The first intercontinental flight from Milan's Malpensa airport to Sao Paulo, Brazil - departed shortly after 6 am (0500GMT) without incident, as did the first domestic flight from Palermo to Rome, which arrived at 7:25 pm (0625GMT). But at Malpensa, workers unhappy with both the hiring regime and a deal to make Air France-KLM a minority partner held banners and marched inside the airport. Malpensa officials advised passengers that delays were possible. Workers are concerned that the Air France-KLM partnership will further weaken traffic at Malpensa, which already has been demoted from a hub as part of measures to make the failing airline more efficient. The new Alitalia management pledged on Monday to make Malpensa an integral part of the network - and would even consider making it a hub again. Alitalia's first flights taking off dominated in the newspapers headlines on Tuesday. Alitalia's 62 years as a state-run company ended in bankruptcy. The new Alitalia is a private company owned by a group of Italian investors who have merged the old Alitalia's profitable assets with the much smaller Air One, which will retain its separate identity. Air France-KLM, which withdrew an offer to buy the airline outright last year under union and political opposition, has agreed to pay 322 (m) million euros (431.29 (m) million US dollars) in cash and equity to become a minority partner with a 25 percent share in the new company. The group of some 25 Italian investors - including the chiefs of scooter maker Piaggio, the Pirelli tire company and a highway construction company - bought the bankrupt airline from the Italian government in a 1.052 (b) billion euros (1.41 (b) billion US dollars) deal. That includes 625 (m) million euros (832 (m) million US dollars) in Alitalia's debt, which in the meantime has ballooned to at least 3.2 (b) billion euros (4.25 (m) million US dollars). The new Alitalia is slimmer than its predecessor, with 148 aircraft from both airlines combined, compared with 173 in the old fleet, and about 12,500 employees, down from more than 23,500 between the two airlines. There is nothing manifestly different about the new Alitalia. The logo remains the same, as do the green flight crew uniforms. The fleet will be newer after the incoming owners declined to take on older, less-efficient planes, and the flight plan is streamlined to serve 70 destinations, just 13 of those intercontinental. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d83f8c3842b84f36825199c56a83fae9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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On February 9th, 2011, an Alitalia Boeing 767-300, registration EI-DDW performing flight AZ643 from EWR to FCO, was climbing out of EWR when the crew reported main gear trouble. The crew intended to divert to JFK but seeked visual confirmation from the ground that the main gear was in fact down. The jet overflew Republic airport at 1600 feet and received positive feedback, then went on to perform a missed approach at JFK's runway 22R for a final visual report from the tower. It then landed at JFK's runway 22R. Air traffic control recordings (source: liveatc.net) are of conversations with New York Approach (ROBER sector), New York Final Approach, JFK Tower and New York Departure. Audio: Liveatc.net Edited by Daniel Mori - Youtube.com/kenadamsusa
I spent a day at Alitalia's Customer Excellence Training Academy in Rome. Part of the training includes a mini restaurant and kitchen, when food is tested and onboard service is simulated. They also show cabin crew how to serve guests like in a fine restaurant. And yes, Alitalia has guests, not passengers. One of the Alitalia training chefs prepared a wonderful Easter breakfast for me, showcasing food from the Marches region of Italy. The airline features food from different regions of the country on the inflight menu, changing every few months. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE to see more of my videos Check out my luxury travel blog, http://www.luxuryfred.com @Luxury Fred on TWITTER - http://www.twitter.com/luxuryfred @Luxury Fred on INSTAGRAM - http://www.instagram.com/luxuryfred Luxury Fred Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LuxuryFred/169590046387395