Italy Airline Companies


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Air Dolomiti Embraer-195

Air Dolomiti

Air Dolomiti is an Italian regional airline. Air Dolomiti is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa. Air Dolomiti operates a network of routes from several Italian destinations to various destinations in Europe especially in Germany.



Alitalia Erj 175-200


Alitalia is the flag carrier and national airline of Italy. Alitalia has its head office in Rome. The name "Alitalia" is an Italian portmanteau of the words ali (wings), and Italia (Italy). Alitalia operates to 26 domestic and 60 international scheduled destinations in 55 countries.



Blue Panorama Boeing 767-300

Blue Panorama

Blue Panorama is an Italian private airline company. Blue Panorama operating scheduled and charter flights from Italy - especially Rome and Milan to various international destinations. Blu-express is the brand name for low-cost short and medium range flights operated by Blue Panorama.



Meridiana fly Boeing 737-300


Meridiana fly is a privately owned Italian airline company. Meridiana operates scheduled and charter flights to domestic, European and international destinations from several Italian cities.


New Again

Air Italy is new, again. The airline has long been a part of the Meridiana operation in Italy, but the “new” airline will take Meridiana’s place, cementing Italian branding on this “new” operation. We now say goodbye to Meridiana and hello, again to a new Air Italy. If you’re confused, fear not – Air Italy is the way forward, it’s now 49% owned by Qatar Airways and it will compete with Alitalia and other European carriers.

New Fleet

Air Italy will immediately begin acquiring brand new Boeing 737 Max aircraft, for primarily regional flights. These deliveries commence in April, so expect to see a new tail in the skies of Europe in the very near future.


Ernest Airlines Airbus-A320


Low-cost new brand airline company in Italy. It taken-off in 2017. Ernest Fleet consist of At the moment 2018-10 an Airbus A319 and an Airbus A320.



Neos Boeing 767-300ER


NEOS was born in June 2001. Regular flights started however in October of 2002. Neos owns its bases at the airports of Milan Malpensa, Verona and Bologna, from all of which it operates daily regular flights and charter flights.


The current NEOS fleet is composed of six Boeings 737-800W (Winglet), three Boeings 767-300ERW (Extended Range Winglet) and two Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.