|Operating bases||Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport|
|Company slogan||Flying in a Good Company|
|Headquarters||Genoa, Liguria, Italy|
Air Vallée was founded in June 1987 to promote the commercial development of Aosta Airport. In June 1988, a twice weekly link with Rome was started with a Beechcraft King Air C90. The C90 was replaced in October 1989 with a Cessna Citation I and another twin jet was acquired. Both were replaced by a Learjet 31 acquired in January 1992 and a Beechcraft King Air 200 was acquired in August 1993.
It operated scheduled services linking two destinations in Sardinia and six on mainland Italy, as well as charter services. Its main base was Aosta Airport, with hubs at Leonardo da Vinci Airport and Turin Caselle Airport. The airline's head office was in Aosta Airport in Saint-Christophe.
In the summer of 2010, Air Vallée restarted operations, offering domestic flights from Rimini as well as a weekly flight from Perugia to Olbia on Sardinia. A Dornier 328 Jet served these routes.
In June 2016 Air Vallée suspended its operations as ENAC retired the airline's licence. The airlines's sole aircraft was returned to the lessor.
As of October 2015, Air Vallée served the following destinations:
- Bari - Bari Karol Wojtyła Airport charter
- Brindisi - Brindisi – Salento Airport focus city
- Catania - Catania-Fontanarossa Airport
- Pescara - Abruzzo Airport charter
- Rimini - Federico Fellini International Airport
As of January 2016, the Air Vallée fleet consisted of the following aircraft:
|Fokker 50||1||-||wet-leased from Amapola Flyg|
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