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]
Meridiana, second-largest Italian carrier.[3]
Airline IATA ICAO Callsign Main Airport Notes
Air Dolomiti EN DLA
Air Four Milan Linate (LIN)
Air Italy I9 AEY
Air Panarea Panarea (ZJE)
Air Vallée DO RVL
Airumbria UMB Perugia License for up to 19 seats aircraft
Alba Servizi Aerotrasporti Milan Linate (LIN)
Alidaunia D4 LID ALIDA Foggia License for helicopters operation only
Alitalia AZ AZA ALITALIA Rome–Fiumicino
Alitalia CityLiner CT CYL CITYLINER Rome–Fiumicino formerly Air One CityLiner
Alitalia Express XM SMX Rome–Fiumicino Rebranded from Avianova (1986-1996)
Blu Express Rome–Fiumicino Division of Blue Panorama Airlines
Blue Panorama Airlines BV BPA BLUE PANORAMA Rome–Fiumicino
Cargolux Italia C8 ICV Milan–Malpensa Cargo only
Elitaliana Lamezia Terme (SUF)
Icaro Aero Taxi ICA Forli (FRL)
Jetcom Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO)
Jet-Ops Europe Venice Marco Polo Tessera (VCE)
Meridiana IG ISS MERAIR Olbia
Meridiana fly IG ISS Olbia Eurofly (1989-2010) merged into Meridiana fly
MiniLiner MNL MINILINER Milan–Il Caravaggio Cargo only
Mistral Air 7M MSA MISTRAL Rome–Fiumicino
Neos NO NOS MOONFLOWER Milan–Malpensa
Professione Volare PVL Forli (FRL)
Skybridge AirOps KYB Rome Ciampino Giovan-Battista Pastine International (CIA)
SW Italia Milan Malpensa (MXP)
Volare Airlines VE VLE Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Defunct airlines[edit]

This is a list of now defunct airlines from Italy.

AIRLINE IATA ICAO CALLSIGN COMMENCED OPERATIONS CEASED OPERATIONS NOTES
Aeral HS - - 1958 1980
Aeropa VZ - - 1969 1975
Air Bee BM OBE - 2008 2008
Air Emilia - - 2003 2003
Air Europe (Italy) PE AEL - 1983 2008
Air Industria 7Y IDU - 1999 2003
Air_Italica 3B - - 2003 2003
Air One AP ADH - 1988 2013
Air One CityLiner CT CYL - 2006 2011
Air Sal 9B - - 2004 2005
Air Service Plus - - 2003 2004
Air Sicilia BM SIC - 1994 2004
Airday IM IAD - 1999 1999
Alinord DN DNO - 1986 1990
Alisarda IG ISS - 1963 1991 Rebranded as Meridiana
Alisea Airlines FZ BBG - 2000 2003
Alitalia Express XM SMX - 1996 2015 Rebranded from Avianova (1986-1996)
Alpi Eagles E8 ELG - 1979 2008
ATI - Aero Trasporti Italiani BM ATI - 1963 1994 Merged into Alitalia
Avianova (Italy) RD NOV - 1986 1996 Rebranded as Alitalia Express
Azzurra Air ZS AZI - 1996 2004
Belle Air Europe L9 BAL 2010 2013
Blue Airlines (Italy) 2001 2002 Not Launched
Cargoitalia 2G CRG 2005 2011
Club Air 6P ISG 2002 2008
Eagles Airlines E3 EGS 2010 2011 Rebranded as PRiMA Aero Trasporti Italiani
easy Islands 2002 2004
Elba Fly 2006 2012
Eurofly GJ EEZ 1989 2010 Merged into Meridiana fly
eVolavia 2002 2007
FAR Airlines 1994 1999
Federico II Airways FDE 1998 2002
FlyOristano 2010 2011
Flyplanet 2012 2014
Gandalf Airlines G7 1998 2004
GrandaExel 2003 2004
Italair B8 DRG 1996 2000
ItAli Airlines FS ACL 2004 2011
Italiatour Airlines OI IAZ 2008 2009
Italy First (airline) IFS 1998 2005
Itavia IH 1962 1980

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