Italian flag carrier Alitalia will resume direct flights to China with a new 4X-weekly service to Beijing, starting July 2016. The carrier described the move as “one more step forward as [Alitalia] proceeds with its long-haul network development plan.” The Beijing schedule will use 250-seat Airbus A330 aircraft in a three-class cabin, and will feature a newly renovated cabin layout as well as inflight Wi-Fi. The Beijing schedule will complement two other long-haul routes to be ...

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