Alitalia opens flagship lounges at Fiumicino and Malpensa

Open at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa

Alitalia has opened  its flagship Casa Alitalia lounges at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa. 

Casa Alitalia has been designed to be more like an Italian home than a public space, and the interiors – the reception hall, relaxation and conversation areas, cooking and dining areas – have been designed to be as similar as possible to those of a beautiful Italian house.

The catering service at Casa Alitalia reflects Italian culinary excellence and includes a live cooking area where, twice a day, a chef prepares a selection of pasta dishes and pizzas in front of the guests. Vegetarian and gluten-free choices are available to passengers.

In addition, there is a buffet and bar area where passengers can try a selection of Italian wines or enjoy a typical aperitivo prepared by a professional bartender. Casa Italia’s services also include VIP rooms and rooms for private meetings, a library, a prayer area, bathrooms with showers and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Alitalia CEO Cramer Ball:

“With Casa Alitalia we will showcase Italian excellence and style in an elegant yet relaxed setting, where a warm welcome with attention to details will make our guests from all over the world feel as they were in a typical Italian home. The opening of these new lounges is a further step in the re-launch plan of our ground and in-flight services. We aim to become the best airline in Europe, and to achieve this we must ensure excellent service for our passengers before, during and after their flights.”

Casa Alitalia is also a showcase for Italian brands, such as Poltrona Frau, for the furnishings and chairs; Cantine Ferrari, Alitalia’s official sparkling wine supplier; Lavazza, which has created exclusive coffee blends for the Italian airline; and Terme di Sirmione, whose wellness products are available for guests.


Free access to Casa Alitalia and other lounges of the Company is reserved exclusively for Alitalia’s Freccia Alata Plus and Freccia Alata, and SkyTeam Elite Plus members, holders of long-haul and medium-haul Alitalia Business Class tickets and holders of Alitalia American Express Platinum cards flying with Alitalia. Passengers can also enjoy the services of Alitalia lounges by purchasing a single admission ticket for €30 on the web, through the Customer Center, in travel agencies or at airport ticket offices.

N.B. Image credit: Alitalia

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Alitalia (AZ) At the airport

Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

Milan Malpensa (MXP)