Air Italy flight schedule

Air Italy is quite a young company, which was just established in 2005 by Captain Giuseppe Gentile – who was also the founder of Air Europe. Initially, it was owned by BV Asset Management (40%), Giuseppe Gentile (40%) and Pathfinder Corporation (20%).

In late 2006, an independent investment company acquired a 40% share in Air Italy. In 2007, Air Italy created Euro Mediterranean Airlines, a subsidiary based in Egypt. Also in the same year, Air Italy Polska was set up as a second subsidiary, based in Poland which was renamed Air Poland in 2011. On 18 July 2011, Meridiana fly announced the merger with Air Italy, which enables the group to become the main charter operator in the Italian market.

*(Source: Wikipedia.org)

Air Italy S.p.A. is an airline based in Gallarate, Italy. Its operating bases are in Malpensa Airport and Verona Airport, while focus cities are at Naples Airport and Turin Airport.

Main route   

The airline operates scheduled services for tour operators as well as independent short-haul flights. Most flights leave from Naples Airport, Turin Airport, Verona Airport or Milan Malpensa Airport. The markets served with medium- and long-haul flights are: North-East Brazil (Fortaleza, Maceio, Natal, Salvador de Bahia), Cuba, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Zanzibar, Mauritius, Maldives, Madagascar as well as Egypt and the Mediterranean countries. The domestic routes serve the main Italian airports: Turin, Milan Orio al Serio, Verona, Genoa, Rome, Naples, Bari, Catania and Palermo. In the summer Air Italy offers many connections to Olbia from the cities of Turin, Genoa, Bergamo, Naples, Bari and Catania.

Fleet

Currently, Air Italy’s fleet consists of these aircrafts: 5 Boeing 737-300, 2 Boeing 737-400, 3 Boeing 737-700, 2 Boeing 767-200ER and 2 Boeing 767-300ER

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Air fact:

The cheapest flights offered by Air Italy is for the route Flights from Verona to Rome, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Verona to Rome which takes 1h 10m.

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