Alitalia, which recently became an Etihad Airways equity partner, will resume services to South Korea after a 20-year break and has detailed plans to serve two destinations in China. The Italian flag carrier will add Rome-Seoul on June 4 and Milan Malpensa–Shanghai as a special service for Expo Milan 2015, which runs from May 1-Oct. 1. Alitalia will also resume flights to Beijing by the end of 2015, serving the city from Rome. Rome-Seoul and Milan Malpensa-Shanghai will both be ...

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