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Therefore, thanks to a partnership between the Embassy of Italy in Washington and Alitalia, Alitalia extends a 5% student discount dedicated to AP Italian Language students traveling in economy class from the USA to Italy with Alitalia.
All students who take the Italian Advanced Placement test are eligible to receive this discount.
Alitalia currently operates nonstop service to Rome from 6 USA gateways including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark and New York-JFK. Alitalia also offers nonstop service to Milan-Malpensa from JFK and Miami airports.
In Italy, Alitalia currently services 28 unique and unforgettable destinations.
For more information or to purchase a dedicated Italian AP student discounted ticket, you can write to: email@example.com.
Offer conditions are:
5% discount is only available to students residing in the USA who successfully complete the Italian Advance Placement test.
5% discount is valid on tickets originating in the United States and the final destination must be Italy.
A letter of confirmation stating that the student successfully completed the Italian AP test must be provided to Alitalia at time of booking.
The discount will not be honored without this letter.
The transatlantic legs of the journey must be on Alitalia operated flights only.
If travel in the United States commences in a non-Alitalia operating hub, travel to Alitalia's operating USA gateway from that interior point must be on a Delta operated flights only.
To take advantage of the 5% discount, tickets must be booked in the following economy class eligible fare levels only: O,S,L,N,T,V.
Service from select USA operating gateways is seasonal if flights do not operate from those select gateways during the students desired travel period, they will be booked on Delta to the nearest Alitalia USA operating gateway.
Travel to destinations within Italy must be on Alitalia or AirOne operated flights only.
Other fare conditions and restrictions may apply.
Alitalia reserves the right to retract this offer at any time.
Original statement can be found at: http://www.ambwashingtondc.esteri.it/Ambasciata_Washington/Archivio_News/20120730_alitalia.htm