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Alitalia CityLiner, also known as Alitalia City Line or Alitalia CityLine, is a regional airline based in Italy.
As a subsidiary of Alitalia, its services are domestic and international short haul on behalf of Alitalia.
It was founded in 2006 where it was named Air One CityLiner as it was owned by Air One. However, in 2011, Air One and Alitalia mergers, so Air One CityLiner was operating Alitalia’s service where it was renamed to its current form in 2011.
Unless otherwise stated on your ticket, passengers travelling with Alitalia CityLiner must abide by Alitalia baggage rules.
Passengers are allowed one carry-on bag, which must weigh no more than 8kg.
This must be no more than 55 x 35 x 25cm in dimensions.
Passengers are also allowed one personal item, such as a handbag, laptop, camera or briefcase.
Checked baggage must have a maximum combined dimensions of 158cm.
Passengers travelling in the Light class are not permitted any free checked baggage.
Passengers travelling in the Economy class are permitted 1 x 23kg of checked baggage.
Passengers travelling in the Premium Economy class are permitted 2 x 23kg of checked baggage.
Passengers travelling in the Business class are permitted 2 x 32kg of checked baggage.
Passengers travelling in the Comfort (Rome-Milan) class are permitted 2 x 23kg of checked baggage.
Check in will usually open 48 minutes before scheduled departure time.
Alternatively, passengers can check in for their flights at the airport check-in desk.
For flights to domestic locations or Schengen area, check-in will close 40 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international locations outside the Schengen area, check-in will close 60 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to domestic locations, check-in will close 35 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international medium haul locations, check-in will close 45 minutes prior to departure.
For flights to international long-haul locations, check-in will close 60 minutes prior to departure.
For flights from outside of Italy, travelling on a medium haul flight, passengers are required to check-in 40 minutes before departure.
For flights from outside of Italy, travelling on a long haul flight, passengers are required to check-in 40 minutes before departure.
If you are unsure of your type of flight, or for a full list of exclusions and rules, click this link to find out check-in time limits.
Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to Alitalia CityLiner:
Bombardier CRJ- 900
Embraer ERJ- 170
Embraer ERJ- 190
Economy class for is a convenient and comfortable way to travel, complete with meals if the flight duration allows, and also a drink. As Cityliner is the same as Alitalia, read more information on the Aiitalia page under Economy class.
Premium economy provides its passengers with extra comforts and better service. Visit the Alitalia page to see full details of the Alitalia Cityliner Premium Economy class.
Only available on select medium-haul flights, business class enhances enjoyment and comfort to make the flight more enjoyable. Passengers will have access to the lounge. For full details, visit the Alitalia page to see the full details of business class.
As Cityliner is the same service as Alitalia main brand, you can visit this page to see full details, and scroll down to ‘First Class’ to find out more about what is offered. This service provides the best standards, with everything from the airport experience, amenities, food and seat all at a high premium level.
Under the Alitalia brand, Alitalia CityLiner flies to many cities:
Alitalia CityLiner Hub Airport
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, known as Rome Leonardo da Vinci, or Rome Fiumicino, is an international airport located in Fiumicino, just outside of Rome’s city centre. It is one of Europe’s busiest airports by passenger traffic, with 2017 seeing 40.97 million passengers. It was first opened in 1961, but since has developed into having 4 runways and 4 terminals.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci airport is the airport hub for Alitalia (and Alitalia CityLiner) and Vueling. It is also the focus city for Neos, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair. A number of airlines also fly from this airport, including AlbaStar, Asiana Airlines, Fly Ernest, easyJet, Norwegian and Ural Airlines.