When did Meridiana fly take over Air Italy?

2021-05-22 by No Comments

When did Meridiana fly take over Air Italy?

In October 2011, Meridiana fly completely acquired Air Italy, an Italian charter airline. On 16 January 2013, the Board of Directors of Meridiana S.p.A. acknowledged the agreement for the purchase by Meridiana S.p.A. of all the Meridiana fly ordinary shares held by the former shareholders of Air Italy Holding S.r.l.

Where does Meridiana fly s.p.a.fly?

Meridiana Fly S.p.A., operating as Meridiana (formerly named Meridiana S.p.A ), was a privately owned Italian airline headquartered in Olbia with its main base at Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport. It operated scheduled and charter flights to domestic, European and intercontinental destinations from several Italian bases.

Who is the parent company of Meridiana Airlines?

AQA Holding is the parent company of Meridiana, which was founded on 2 September 2017 after Qatar Airways purchased a 49% stake in Meridiana, with Alisarda keeping the 51% stake that it previously owned, which subsequently created the new holding company. Meridiana currently has 3 subsidiaries.

What kind of airline does Meridiana fly with?

Meridiana codeshared with the following airlines: Air Malta Air Moldova Blue Air Blue Panorama Airlines British Airways Iberia S7 Airlines

When did Meridiana change its name to Eurofly?

On 3 May 1991 in an Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, the name of the company was changed to Meridiana S.p.A., and a new logo was created. These changes were made to reflect the expansion of the company’s operations to Europe. In December 2006, Meridiana acquired the majority package of the airline company Eurofly, with a 29,95% share.

When did Qatar Airways merge with Meridiana Airlines?

On 7 November 2017 it was announced that Qatar Airways would merge Air Italy with the current Meridiana subsidiary under the Meridiana AOC. In December 2017, Meridiana announced a restructuring of its route network.