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February 7, 2011

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1985/86: Alitalia International Network

by JL

The following is Alitalia’s Winter 1985/86 Inter-Continental network, taken from Official Airline Guide – Worldwide Edition JAN 1986.

Route
Freq (wk)
& A/C
Flt Nbr
Milan Malpensa – Caracas 2 747 AZ566/567
Milan Malpensa – Rio de Janeiro – Sao Paulo Viracopos – Buenos Aires 1 747 AZ1578/1577
Rome – Rio de Janeiro – Buenos Aires – Santiago de Chile – Buenos Aires – Rio de Janeiro – Milan Malpensa – Rome 1 747 AZ582/589
Rome – Rio de Janeiro – Sao Paulo Viracopos – Buenos Aires 1 747 AZ576/577
*
Milan Malpensa – Chicago – Los Angeles 2 74M 1 747 AZ616/617
Milan Malpensa – Montreal – Toronto 2 74M AZ654/655
Milan Malpensa – New York JFK 6 74M
1 74M
AZ600/601
AZ1600/1601
Rome – Montreal – Toronto 1 747 AZ656/657
Rome – New York JFK 7 747 AZ610/611
*
Milan Malpensa – Algiers 1 DC9 AZ872/873
Rome – Abidjan 1 AB3 AZ852/853
Rome – Algiers 6 M80 1 DC9 AZ870/871
Rome – Baghdad 1 AB3 AZ722/723
Rome – Cairo 6 AB3 1 M80 AZ898/899
Rome – Casablanca 1 M80 AZ874/875
Rome – Casablanca – Dakar 2 M80 AZ824/825
Rome – Damascus – Amman 2 M80 AZ742/743
Rome – Dhahran – Dubai 2 AB3 AZ728/729
Rome – Jeddah 3 AB3 AZ758/759
Rome – Kano – Abidjan 1 AB3 AZ1838/1839
Rome – Kuwait 2 AB3 AZ794/795
Rome – Lagos 3 AB3 AZ842/843
Rome – Nairobi – Johannesburg 2 74M AZ814/815
Rome – Tehran 1 AB3 AZ714/715
Rome – Tel Aviv 5 AB3 1 M80 AZ746/747
Rome – Tripoli 1 DC9
2 AB3
4 M80
AZ880/881
Rome – Tunis 6 M80 1 AB3 AZ864/865
*
Rome – Bangkok – Singapore – Melbourne – Sydney 2 747 AZ1768/1769
Rome – Delhi – Hong Kong – Tokyo 3 74M AZ786/787
Rome – Delhi – Tokyo 1 74M AZ788/791
Rome – Kuwait – Bombay 2 AB3 AZ794/795

See Also following Alitalia’s International Network: 1960 Trans-Atlantic | 1972 Summer | 1973/74 Winter

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3 Comments
  1. Suryo
    Feb 7 2011

    Should Milan Malpensa have been Milan Linate? Malpensa was opened in the beginning of 2000.

  2. jimyvr
    Feb 7 2011

    No, it was showing MXP.

  3. tbni
    Feb 7 2011

    Malpensa Airport originated during World War I, when it was established as a flying school in the province of Varese, on the north-westerly outskirts of Milan. Used as a German airfield in World War II, Malpensa was badly bombed and in the mid-forties, its lengthy concrete runway was repaired and flights to Brussels soon began.

    The following decade saw the start of night flights, the building of the control tower, and the installation of a high-tech radar system. By 1967, the airport was enlarged and more recently in the early nineties, the departures areas of Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) were extended, attracting many new business opportunities.

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