The independently owned Italian airline AirOne is moving into the American market, introducing the only non-stop flights between Milan and Boston and Chicago. The Milan-Boston flights commence June 14, with service daily except Tuesday and Thursday. The Milan-Chicago flights start June 21 and will fly every day except Wednesday. AirOne offers connections from Milan to Milan to Athens, Bari, Brussels, Lamezia Terme, Naples, Palermo, Rome and Thessaloniki.
Air One is offering a special airfare of $491 on its new transatlantic flights to Milan with taxes and fees of $308. These non-refundable fares must be booked by June 13 and require a 14-day advance purchase with a Saturday overnight. They’re non-changeable and are good for travel through 2008 except for August. To book, visit the Web site or call (888) 935-9247.