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Air_Italy

Air Italy

Air Italy S.p.A. is an airline based in Gallarate, Italy. It operates scheduled services for tour operators to destinations in Europe, Brazil and Kenya. Its main base are Verona Airport and Napoli Airport, with a hub at Malpensa International Airport, Milan.

History

The airline started operations on 29 May 2005 with a flight from Turin to Budapest. It is owned by BV Asset Management (40%), Giuseppe Gentile (40%) and Pathfinder (20%).

An independent investment company has acquired a 40% share in Air Italy for 280m euros and the funding is to be used to acquire a further three Boeing 767 aircraft in 2007 and 2008 for services to leisure destinations in Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean .

Destinations

Africa

Air Italy Polska

It was announced on the 30 April that Air Italy will be creating Air Italy Polska which will fly 2 Boeing 757-200's with Polish reg. The information in on www.lotnictwo.com in the news section (Polish). Air Italy Polska has started operations with 2 Boeing 757-200's.

Fleet

The Air Italy fleet consists of the following aircraft (at September 2008):

Air Italy Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
(Business*/Economy)
Notes
Boeing 737-300 2
Boeing 757-200 4 209 (10/199)
Boeing 767-200 2
Boeing 767-300ER 2
Total Number of Aircraft 10

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