Archive for the ‘Airport Rome (FCO)’ Category

Meridiana and Air Italy offer a special discount – 42% off!

March 19th, 2012

Two Italian airlines – Meridiana and Air Italy launched an extraordinary offer with net savings of 42%.  Until 21 March 2012 you are able to buy the flights found in the table with a special discount. This offer is valid for flights between 16 April and 22 July inclusive or from 10 September to 27 October 2012.
The promocode TAGLIA42 can be used for purchases made on the website of airlines (insert the promocode in the right field when making your booking).

Routes enabled for promoting “TAGLIA42“: Read more…

Air Italy, Airfare Deals, Airlines, Airport Rome (FCO), Airports, Meridiana

bmiBaby – new routes to Barcelona, Rome and Lisbon

March 12th, 2012

British low-cost airline bmibaby announced it would open 3 new routes from Birmingham Airport. Moreover, company is giving a 1/3 off selected flights now! Take your time to explore what 3 fascinating cities have to offer.

You can choose the capital of Italy and fly on the route Birmingham – Rome (FCO) from £44.99. The first flight will be operated on March 30, 2012. Flights to Barcelona start March 29, 2012 and one-way flights are available from £44.99. Travellers departing from Birmingham Airport may also book flights to Lisbon. Flights to the capital of Portugal start March 31, 2012 and are now available from £39.99.

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Airlines, Airport Rome (FCO), Airports, Aviation news, bmibaby, New Routes

Alitalia celebrates its second birthday

January 19th, 2011


The Italian-based traditional airline Alitalia celebrates the second anniversary of its presence on the market.

From the AEA traffic statistics, it appears that last year this carrier carried over 23 million passengers with its fleet of cirka 150 aircraft.

Despite these good results, the Alitalia does not rest on its laurels and announces both the opening of new services and fleet expansion.

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Airlines, Airport Rome (FCO), Alitalia, Europe, New Routes, News by Continent