List of airlines of Italy

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This is a list of active/operating airlines which have an Air Operator Certificate issued by the Ente Nazionale per l'Aviazione Civile,[1][2] the Civil Aviation Authority of Italy.

Alitalia, flag carrier of, and largest airline in Italy.[3]

By sorting the table by "Notes", airlines will be sorted by fleet size.

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Main Airport Notes
Airaia 2A ARC AIRAIA Florence Fleet size: 057
Air Dolomiti I-ADJN Embraer 195-200LR Air Dolomiti (7155664847).jpg EN DLA AIRDOLOMITI Verona Fleet size: 012
Air Four Air Four Canadair CL-600-16 Challenger 604(I-WISH) (6313755541).jpg Milan–Linate
Air Italy EI-GFy Air Italy B737 MAX 8 LIMC.jpg IG ISS AIR ITALY Milan–Malpensa Fleet size: 015

Formed By Old Air Italy & Meridiana AQA Holdings Run the Airline

Air Panarea Panarea License for helicopters operation only
Alba Servizi Aerotrasporti Gulfstream G-IV, Alba Servizi Aerotrasporti JP6109553.jpg AFQ Milan–Linate
Alidaunia D4 LID ALIDA Foggia License for helicopters operation only
Alitalia EI-EJI FCO (24869064081).jpg AZ AZA ALITALIA Rome–Fiumicino Fleet size: 098
Alitalia CityLiner EI-RNB Alitalia (6806186438).jpg CT CYL CITYLINER Rome–Fiumicino Fleet size: 020
Formerly Air One CityLiner
Blu-express Boeing 737-31S, Blu-express JP7696757.jpg BV BPA Rome–Fiumicino Fleet size: 010
Division of Blue Panorama Airlines
Blue Panorama Airlines Blue Panorama Boeing 767-300ER Prasertwit-1.jpg BV BPA BLUE PANORAMA Rome–Fiumicino Fleet size: 012
Cargolux Italia LX-RCV "Monviso".png C8 ICV Milan–Malpensa Fleet size: 004
Cargo only
Ernest Airlines EI-FVG (35058732716).jpg EG ERN ERNEST Milan–Malpensa Fleet size: 002
Elitaliana Agusta A109S Grand, Elitaliana JP7482227.jpg Lamezia Terme License for helicopters operation only
Icaro Aero Taxi ICA Forlì
Jetcom Rome–Fiumicino
Jet-Ops Europe Venice–Marco Polo
Mistral Air Mistral Air Boeing 737-300 Bidini-1.jpg M4 MSA MISTRAL Rome–Fiumicino Fleet size: 008
Neos Neos, EI-NEO, Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (26264839118).jpg NO NOS MOONFLOWER Milan–Malpensa Fleet size: 011
Professione Volare PVL Forlì
SW Italia SW Italia, I-SWIA, Boeing 747-4R7 F (19505247358).jpg Milan–Malpensa

See also

References

  1. ^ "Compagnie aeree". enac.gov.it. ENAC. Retrieved 10 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Elenco delle imprese titolari di licenza di trasporto aereo". enac.gov.it. Archived from the original on 22 April 2015. Retrieved 10 October 2014. 
  3. ^ http://www.anna.aero/2009/08/07/italy-alitalia-still-dominant-on-domestic-routes-3rd-behind-ryanair-easyjet-on-intleu
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