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About: The main hub of Alitalia, the flag carrier of Italy, is Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, Rome, with a secondary one at Linate Airport, Milan. In 2018, it handled over 21 million passengers, but in recent years, the airline has been clouded by uncertainty due to its troubled financial status. However it continues to trade, flying to 26 domestic and 88 international destinations.

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Alliance: SkyTeam

Frequent Flyer Program: MilleMiglia offers a host of benefits for frequent fliers, and as part of the SkyTeam alliance program, access to more options globally. Passengers can redeem miles on purchases with more than 60 Commercial Partners, and there are also MilleMiglia Kids and MilleMiglia Young, catering to young people.

Lounges: Alitalia has four lounges at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, Rome, including Casa Alitalia Piazza di Spagna which showcases the best in Italian food and hospitality. The airline also has lounges across Italy and one at New York – JFK.

Delays & Cancellation: For disrupted flights, Alitalia offers passengers a number of options and passengers may even be able to claim compensation in line with EU law.

Flight Delay Plan: Alitalia has a comprehensive plan for passengers affected by flight delays.