Our fleet

The selection of the airplanes that can be used within Alitalia Team Virtual comes from a selection made among the planes actually used across the various eras by Alitalia. This allows pilots to choose between more classic machines and more technologically advanced ones.


The famous three-engine McDonnell Douglas designed in the 80s for passenger and cargo transport and used for long haul. It represents the evolution of the lucky DC10.


It made its first flight in 1970 and will continue to be built for about twenty years. This revolutionary three-engine from McDonnell Douglas served around the world until the 2000s. Very versatile aircraft, it was used for medium-long range.


McDonnell Douglas' revolutionary twin-engine, made its debut in the skies in the late 1970s. It represents the evolution of the equally famous DC-9. Commonly known by the nickname of Mad Dog, it represents a true icon of civil aviation and of Alitalia itself.


Respectively 2nd and 4th version of the giant of the skies: the B747. The gigantic Jumbo Jet, the first and undisputed initiator of the so-called Wide Body aircraft, with never before seen load capacity and power. They started their service with Alitalia in 1970 and ended in 2006.


The first of the large new generation aircraft characterized by a strong focus on limiting consumption. Equipped with 2 powerful engines of amazing dimensions, it is the mythical Triple Seven, an undisputed giant of the skies in service from the 90s to the present day in companies all over the world.


It anticipates the 777 project by about a decade and is the first Wide Body to be equipped with 2 engines. Versatile and very long-lived aircraft, it is used for both passenger and freight transport. It began to be used in Alitalia from the second half of the 90s.


It represents Airbus Industries' answer to the new generation large twin-engine jets. It was born as an evolution of the A300 in the early 90s and became the undisputed "flagship" of Airbus until the development of the A350 but still remains a leading model of the European aeronautical industry.


Entered service in the first half of the 70s (in Alitalia in 1980) it is the first large 2-engine aircraft designed by Airbus. Used for medium range, it represents a point of reference for the air transport of both passengers and goods.


A318/319/320/321 belong to the so-called A320-family of Airbus. The numbering grows according to the length of the fuselage, the equipment is almost identical. A very successful generation of aircraft in service from the 80s to the present day and developed in numerous variants to keep them up to date.


It is one of the versions of the regional jet designed and built by the Brazilian Embraer. A project from the 2000s, it enters service in Alitalia since 2011. Depending on the version, it can carry from about 90 to about 115 passengers.


The "shortened" version of the E190, the Brazilian twin jet E175 has a passenger capacity that varies between about 80 and about 90 passengers. It is a versatile and efficient modern regional jet that has significant use in airlines all over the world.


Born from an Italian-French collaboration, this twin-engine regional turboprop is the largest version of the ATR42 (also used in Alitalia). It has been used in the Italian flag carrier since the mid-90s.