Air Pictorial 1999-07
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E.Ferrighi - Italy's Airlines
Air Sicilia was founded in 1994, and operates three ATR42-300s, including I-ATRM.
One of Italair’s leased ATR42-300s, EI-CPT.
Air Dolomiti flies its ATR42s and ’72s (shown) on behalf of Lufthansa.
Air One competes strongly with Alitalia on main routes within Italy, but Minerva uses its Dornier 328s (shown) on franchise services on behalf of the national carrier.
Med Airlines was one of the last airlines to order Saab 2000s before the Swedish company announced it was ceasing production of the twin turboprop.
To date, only AzzurraAir, among Italy’s domestic airlines, operates Avro RJs, Meridiana flying the earlier BAe 146.
Two of Alpieagles’ Fokker 100s.
Air One competes strongly with Alitalia on main routes within Italy, but Minerva uses its Dornier 328s on franchise services on behalf of the national carrier.