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ITA Airways will no longer fly to Heathrow

The last take-off from the main London airport is scheduled for March 30th

The Italian carrier ITA Airways will no longer operate flights to and from London-Heathrow airport. The last flight is scheduled for Saturday 30 March 2024, when an A-320neo (flight AZ-207) will take off from the British capital at 5:10pm to reach the "Leonardo da Vinci" airport of Rome-Fiumicino at 8:50pm. From the following day, connections with Rome and Milan will only be operated via London City airport.

After decades, the Italian national airline abandons this prestigious route, on which low-cost airlines now operate flights at lower prices and more frequently. ITA's aim now is to intercept business travelers who want to quickly reach the City of London, that is the financial area, once they have landed in the British capital. For them ITA will operate air connections with the new A-220/100 aircraft.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency