Alitalia will cease all flights from the southern Italian city of Reggio di Calabria in a move that will remove the majority of services from the city’s airport. From March 27, the Italian flag carrier said it will halt its 56 weekly flights from Aeroporto dello Stretto, which serves Reggio on the “toe” of Italy. The airport overlooks the Straits of Messina, which separate mainland Italy from Sicily and give the airport its name. Alitalia said its flights—38X-weekly ...

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