October 2003
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;10/6/2003, Issue 1688, p47
Trade Publication
Travel agency Alitalia SpA and Air France SA have launched a range of code-share routes from regional airports in Great Britain to Italy. Passengers from Aberdeen, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester and Southampton in England can now fly to Bologna, Florence, Genoa, Milan, Naples, Pisa, Rome, Turin and Venice in Italy, all via Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport.


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