Italian airline Air One, owned by Alitalia, will launch new flights low cost domestic and international airport of Malpensa Milan, which includes a new route to Valencia.
Air One bet of Malpensa airport, from where he will begin an expansion aimed at doubling the number of passengers carried to 1.5 million in 2009 to three million by 2012. The project includes incorporating its offering 12 new destinations to be added to the 20 so far the company operates.
The expansion plan, which will be developed gradually from 28 March, includes the cancellation of routes to Sao Paulo, Algiers, Tripoli, Tel Aviv and Kiev and the opening of new destinations to Miami, Lisbon, Valencia, Monaco, Budapest and Warsaw. The company's general director, Rocco Sabelli said the offer will be AirOne Alitalia low-cost in their rates but not in the service.