Air One is an Italian airline that merged with Alitalia on January 13th, 2009. Itâ€™s based in Milan Malpensa Airport and headquartered in Fiumicino, Italy. Its main bases were Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Linate Airport in Milan and Turin International Airport. Air One is now therefore considered different from Alitalia, even though it is still owned by Alitalia. "Air One" is a portmanteau of the English meaning Air One and the Italian word "airone", meaning heron, which is also the airline callsign.
Air One was founded as Aliadriatica in 1983, to operate as a flying school and provide air-taxi services and later regional scheduled services. In 1988, Gruppo Toto - one of the leading building and civil engineering groups in Italy, became the majority shareholder. In June 1994, Aliadriatica started scheduled and charter operations. Late in 1995, the new name Air One was adopted. In the year 2000 Air One announced a partnership with Lufthansa and nearly all Air One flights became code-shared with Lufthansa. In 2007, Air One became the second largest Italian airline in terms of passenger traffic. In 2009, Air One officially became part of Alitalia, though the two airlines were to be combined into one over time. On 28 March 2009, due to the merger with Alitalia, its cooperation with Lufthansa"s Miles & More and the partnerships with United Airlines" Mileage Plus program and Air Canada"s Aeroplan program ended.
As of 28 March 2010, Air One Smart Carrier as a separate brand from Alitalia is operating "low-fare" operations and is intended for leisure passengers. Today, within Alitalia strategy, Air One is a â€œSmart Carrierâ€, able to give top-quality service at a low price.
Air One Smart Carrier flies to the following international destinations in Africa and Europe: Egypt, Tunisia, Albania, Czech Republic, Greece and Spain. Domestic routes consist of: Alghero, Bari, Brindisi, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Pisa and Trapani.
Currently, Air One fleet consists of 7 Airbus A320-200.
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The cheapest flights offered by Air One is for the route Flights from Naples to Milan, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Brindisi to Milan which takes 5h 13m.
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