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AeroItalia is a new regional airline based in Italy that operates scheduled domestic flights in Italy as well as international flights to select cities in Romania and Greece. It only recently launched in the middle of 2022 and is still in the process of expanding its route network. In 2023, it plans to launch more routes to destinations in Greece including Karpathos, Mykonos and Zakynthos, as well as an additional route to Brindisi in Italy. It might also operate routes to the USA and Latin America later on in 2023. AeroItalia used to fly to Malta, Tel Aviv, London and Florence however these have now been terminated.
The airline is being economically supported by Germán Efromovich (currently AeroItalia's president) who was previously the owner of the well-known Colombian airline, Avianca.
AeroItalia currently operates domestic flights in Italy to cities including Bologna, Catania, Naples and Rome, as well as international flights to Greece and Romania. It hopes to launch more routes in 2023 with Karpathos, Mykonos, Zakynthos and Brindisi being the next destinations it plans to fly to.
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AeroItalia currently has 3 base airports located in Bergamo, Comiso and Forlì in Italy.
Orio al Serio International Airport is the third-busiest international airport in Italy. It operates alongside Malpensa Airport and Linate Airport which are the city's other two primary airports. The airport has one passenger terminal that served just over 13 million passengers in 2022. Currently, Ryanair and AeroItalia are the only two airlines that use this airport as a hub. Other airlines offer scheduled and charter services to this airport including Air Arabia, EasyJet and Wizz Air, among others.
Comiso Airport is an airport located in the town of Comiso in Sicily, Italy. The airport was initially used by the military until it was open for civil use from 2005 to 2008 and eventually opened up for commercial use and general aviation in 2013. AeroItalia is the only airline that flies to/from this airport seasonally. Wizz Air will begin operations to/from this airport in septiembre 2023.
Forlì Airport, also known as Luigi Ridolfi Airport, is an airport serving the metropolitan Bologna and Rimini Rivera regions in Italy. AeroItalia, Air Horizont and Ryanair are the only airlines that fly to/from this airport from destinations including Brindisi, Cagliari, Dubrovnik, Lourdes, Naples, Trapani, Katowice and Palermo.
AeroItalia currently operates its flights with the following aircraft in its fleet:
It also has 1 more Boeing 737-800 on order and 3 of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 - delivery dates are to be confirmed.