ItAli was a regional Italian airline that offered scheduled passenger and charter services across Italy and Paris, France. From its base at Rome Fiumicino International Airport, the airlines operated to a total of five destinations, with daily flights from Rome to Reggio Calabria and Genoa.
The airline launched in 2003 and originally only operated domestically within Italy. Years later, it began offering services to Paris Chares de Gaulle Airport. In 2010, the airline was involved in some controversy when its owners were arrested on suspicion of tax evasion. A year later, in 2011, the Italian Aviation Authority suspended the ItAir's AOC due to various performance issues and financial troubles. The airline ceased operations with immediate effect.
ItAli flew to the following destinations at the time that it ceased operations:
ItAli's fleet consisted of the following airlines at the time that it ceased operations:
5 McDonnell Douglas MD-82
5 Cessna Citation Mustang
1 Cessna Citation 500