EasyJet A319. Courtesy, Airbus EasyJet (U2) has been awarded rights to operate between Milan Linate (LIN) and Rome Fiumicino (FCO), bringing to an end Alitalia’s (AZ) monopoly on this key Italian route. U2 will begin operating five flights a day on the route, which it describes as “arguably the most important route for the Italian economy,” in early 2013 using Airbus A319 aircraft. In April, Italy’s competition authority Autorità Garante della ...

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