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FCO to LAX nonstop flights to continue into 2011

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Alitalia and Sky Team will continue nonstop flights between FCO and LAX throughout the winter of 2010 and spring of 2011, THREE TIMES PER WEEK (Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday) per the following schedules:

Depart FCO 9:10
Arrive LAX 13:20

Depart LAX 15:25
Arrive FCO 12:15 (next day)

There will continue to be connecting service at FCO to and from many Italian domestic cities, including notably cities south of Rome such as Naples, Bari, Lamezia Terme, Reggio di Calabria, Catania, Palermo, Cagliari and Alghero. There will also be connections to cities north of Rome such as Florence, Venice and Milan.

The aircraft used will continue to be the Boeing 777-200, with 42 seats in Magnifica (Business) Class and 249 seats in economy class.

Frequency of flights will go back to FIVE PER WEEK (daily except Tuesday and Friday) beginning at the end of March, 2011.

These nonstop flights are the FASTEST way to travel between Rome (and in some cases other Italian cities) and the Greater Los Angeles Area.

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