ITA Airways to Increase Frequency On Delhi-Rome Fiumicino Route

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 ITA Airways, the state-owned flag carrier airline of Italy on Friday announced that it will deploy additional frequency on its New Delhi – Rome Fiumicino route in spring 2023.

ITA Airways, which started service between New Delhi and Rome Fiumicino in early December, is currently operating three times per week. The frequency of direct flights will increase to four times a week in the first two weeks of March 2023 and will continue to operate at this frequency from April to May 2023 to meet expected demand.

ITA Airways Delhi-Rome Fiumicino Flight Schedule

RouteTimeFrequency
Rome – New Delhi14:10 – 2:00Monday*, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday
New Delhi – Rome03:50 – 08:10Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday*

*The flight will be operated with:

  • 4 weekly frequencies from March to May;
  • 3 weekly frequencies in June;
  • 4 weekly frequencies in July;
  • 5 weekly frequencies from August to September.

According to the Airline, tickets for this additional connection are already available for purchase on all ITA Airways’ sales channels, including travel agencies, that are strongly supporting the new intercontinental route.

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ITA Airways is expanding its intercontinental network by increasing the frequency of its direct flight from New Delhi to Rome. This is a strategic move to further promote economic and commercial ties between India and Italy.

The direct flight from New Delhi to Rome allows Indian customers to easily travel not only to Italy but also to other parts of Europe, the Mediterranean, and South and North America through convenient connections offered by ITA Airways’ Rome Fiumicino hub.

As the only airline operating a direct flight from Rome Fiumicino to New Delhi, ITA Airways is well-positioned to serve this market.

This winter season, ITA Airways is serving 51 destinations, 9 of which are intercontinental. In addition to the New Delhi route, ITA Airways has also recently launched flights to Tokyo-Haneda and Malé (Maldives).

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These new long-haul destinations in the Asian market complement the airline’s existing intercontinental network, which includes flights to New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Miami, Buenos Aires and São Paulo, launched earlier this year.


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Manish Khandelwal
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Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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