Italian carrier Air One is preparing for the launch of cheap flights to Chicago and Boston from its base at Milan Malpensa.
The airline will launch flights from Milan to Boston Logan International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport later this week.
Air One will land its first flight to Chicago on Thursday (June 26th) and its inaugural service to Boston will touch down on Friday.
Flights from Milan to Chicago will run every day except Wednesday, with planes flying the Boston route each day but Tuesday and Thursday.
The carrier’s first intercontinental flights will run as part of a codeshare agreement with United Airlines and will feature a specially-created in-flight menu and entertainment package.
Passengers travelling from the US to Milan Malpensa will be able to connect with Air One’s domestic Italian flights to Naples, Palermo, Rome Fiumicion and Lamezia Terme.
Milan Malpensa recently welcomed increased services from cheap flights airline easyJet. The carrier will add five new services at Milan over the coming months with flights to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Sofia lined up.