Headquartered in Olbia, Air Italy S.p.A. is a scheduled and charter carrier with its hub at Malpensa Airport. The airline was established in 2005 by a consortium of investors to serve leisure markets across Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean. The airline merged with fellow Italian carrier, Meridiana in Apr-2013. Air Italy remained under its own Air Operator's Certificate and operates services on behalf of Meridiana. Its fleet consists of narrowbody and widebody equipment.
In Feb-2018, Meridiana announced it would rebrand to Air Italy as part of a wider business plan to reach 10 million passengers handled p/a by 2022. Eight new aircraft to be added in 2018, comprising three Boeing 737 MAX and five A330-200s. Air Italy confirmed a commitment to receive 20 new 737 MAX aircraft from Apr-2018 over three years, while the A330s will be sourced from Qatar Airways as it replaces the aircraft with 787s. Air Italy plans to operate 50 aircraft by 2022.
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