Alitalia is by far the largest Italian airline. Its main hub is the Leanoardo da Vinci/Fiumicino airport just outside of Rome. Other prominent hubs include the Linate airport in Milano as well as the Catania-Fontana Rossa Airport, Milan-Malpensa Airport, Palermo Airport, and Naples Airport. As of 2017, Alitalia clocked in as the 11th biggest carrier in Europe.
“Ali” means “wings” in Italian, hence the elegant combination in the name of the airline. Elegance seems to be an integral part of the airline’s culture; flight personnel wears designer clothes from the kings and queens of Italian fashion as they deliver gracious service that will be hard to resist for even the most hardened of travelers.
On top of a wide selection of domestic Italian routes to some of the country’s most beloved vacation spots, Teh Italian airline has flights to most European countries, as well as routes to the Middle East, Africa, and to South America.