LONDON—Air Italy plans to end or modify three intercontinental routes, just months after starting to fly them. The Italian carrier, whose HQ is on the island of Sardinia but whose main long-haul hub is Milan Malpensa, is dropping services to the Indian destinations of Delhi and Mumbai and switching the Thai capital Bangkok to a seasonal basis. The Bangkok route opened Sept. 9, 2018 while Delhi and Mumbai operations started Dec. 6 and 13, respectively. Mumbai services will end Feb. ...

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