Livingston Energy Flight

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Livingston Energy.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded13 January 1992
Ceased operations14 October 2010
Fleet size7
Parent companyLivingston Aviation Group
HeadquartersMilan, Italy
Key peopleNiki Lauda

Livingston S.p.A. was an Italian airline with its head office in Cardano al Campo, Varese, Italy.[1] It operated scheduled and charter services connecting major Italian cities to holiday destinations in the Caribbean, Central America and South America, the Indian Ocean, Africa, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Its main base was Malpensa International Airport, Milan.[2]

The airline had temporarily suspended operations as of 9 October 2010, finally its air operator's certificate was revoked as of 14 October 2010.[3]


The airline was established on 13 January 2003 and started operations in May 2003. Lauda Air Italy had been established in 1990 and was majority-owned by the Volante company, itself controlled by Niki Lauda, while the remaining shares were with Gruppo Ventaglio. On 31 March 2003, Gruppo Ventaglio purchased Volante's share and integrated Lauda Air Italy with Livingston under the parent company Livingston Aviation Group. It had 144 employees as of March 2007.[2]

On 9 October 2010, Livingston announced that flights were to be temporarily suspended after ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) suspended its licence. The full effect of the suspension took place from midnight 14 October 2010.[4]



Livingston Airbus A321-200
Livingston Airbus A330-200

The Livingston fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of 12 October 2010):[5]

Livingston Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
C Y Total
Airbus A321-231 4 0 210 210
Airbus A330-243 3 18 279 297


  1. ^ "Contacts Archived 2010-03-28 at the Wayback Machine." Livingston Energy Flight. Retrieved on 1 July 2010. "Livingston S.p.A. Operating headquarters and registered office: 21010 Cardano al Campo (VA) - Italy Via Giovanni XXIII, 206."
  2. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 106.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ Italian Enac suspends licence to Livingston airline
  5. ^ "Directory: World Airlines Part 2 (C-L)". Flight International: 31–80. 2009-04-07.

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