29 June 2022
ITA Airways: tickets for the Summer 2023 season are already on sale
Furthermore, it is possible to book the flight from Rome Fiumicino to Tokyo Haneda, operated in the winter 2022 season from Rome.
ITA Airways announces that from today, it will be possible to book flight tickets for Summer 2023 on the company’s network. ITA Airways has uploaded the Summer 2023’s schedule on all sales channels, allowing costumers to plan their summer holidays a year in advance.
From today it will be possible to book ITA Airways' flight from Rome (Fiumicino) to Tokyo (Haneda), which will become daily from April 2023, after its start in winter 2022 with 3 weekly frequencies, operated from Rome every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and from Tokyo every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
This initiative confirms that ITA Airways' main objective is to place the customer at the centre of its business.
ITA Airways is a company totally owned by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance for the exercise of business in the air transport sector. ITA Airways aims at creating an efficient and innovative air carrier that will become a reference point in providing Italy with quality connectivity both in terms of international destinations, thus boosting tourism and foreign trade, and within the Country, also taking advantage of the train-air integrated mobility. ITA Airways will place the best customer service at the center of its strategy (through a strong digitization of processes that ensure a best-in-class experience and personalized services), combined with sustainability, in its environmental (new green and technologically advanced aircraft, use of sustainable fuels), social (equality and inclusion for a gender-neutral company) and governance (integration of sustainability into internal strategies and processes) aspects. ITA Airways is a member of SkyTeam alliance as of October 2021.
Edited by editorial staff
Avion Tourism Magazine
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