Fly Nonstop From Rome To Malé Three Times Weekly
The new Alitalia flights bring you to Malé, the capital of the Maldives. The Rome-Male service, starting from 31 October and operated three times per week for the winter season, will be operated with an Airbus 330 in a three-class configuration: Magnifica, premium economy and economy.
Alitalia Flight Schedule To Male, Maldives
|ROME – MALÉ
||Tuesday, Friday and Saturday|
|MALÉ – ROME
||Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday|
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Alitalia has one of the most efficient fleets in the world, boasting long-haul aircraft (Boeing 777-200 LR, Airbus A330-200), medium-haul aircraft (Airbus A321, Airbus A320, Airbus A319) and regional aircraft (Embraer 190 and Embraer 175). In 2016 Alitalia carried 22.6 million passengers. As part of its 2017 summer schedule, Alitalia flies to 74 destinations, including 24 Italian and 50 international destinations, with 3,300 weekly flights.
Alitalia is a member of the SkyTeam alliance together with Aeroflot, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Air France, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines, Saudia, Tarom, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Airlines.
The excellence and exclusivity of the service on board Alitalia is also distinguished by the sophisticated dining experience with award-winning menus featuring regional Italian cuisine, and tableware designed by Richard Ginori,: Italian regional recipes prepared with fresh products DOP and IGP are paired with premium wines selected by Alitalia’s official Sommelier in collaboration with the Italian Sommelier Foundation. Alitalia’s commitment to the enhancement of Italian cuisine in the world through the onboard dining experience has received the award for “Best Airline Cuisine” for eight consecutive years (2010 to 2017). The award was given by the readers of Global Traveler Magazine for the quality of its meals served on board. The major accolade follows a large, in-depth air traveller survey in the magazine by nearly 30,000 frequent flyers who were asked to comment on excellence in the travel and tourism industry. (source)