HISTORY: AIR ITALY was a privately owned Italian airline, headquartered in Olbia, Sardinia. In 1963 Alisarda was established to provide a fast and reliable air service connecting Olbia, gateway from the newly-created resort of the Costa Smeralda, to the major Italian and European destinations. In 2 May 1991, Alisarda rebranded the airline to be known as Meridiana. The airline later rebranded as Meridiana Fly after the acquisition and merger of defunct Italian airline eurofly, later returning to its original name Meridiana after the acquisition of the former charter airline Air Italy. Air Italy was established on 19 February 2018. A press conference in Milan announced that Meridiana airline and its subsidiary, the original Air Italy, which had been part of Meridiana since 2013, would be merged to create the new Air Italy. In April 2018, Air Italy and Qatar Airways launched their planned codeshare on selected flights. On 11 February 2020, Air Italy ceased its own operations.
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