Meridiana

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Meridiana

Meridiana is an entirely private capital Italian airline with its headquarters in Olbia.

The company was set up with the name of Alisarda on 29 March 1963 by Prince Karīm al-Hussayn Aga Khan with the aim of promoting tourism in Sardinia. Scheduled flights commenced in 1964. Today Meridiana offers a wide range of flights and leisure type destinations: with regard to the national and international short and medium haul scheduled flights, from the main Italian airports, it is possible to reach Sardinia (Olbia, Alghero and Cagliari), Sicily and Naples as well as major holiday destinations in the Mediterranean or in Egypt such as the Canary Islands, Greece and the Red Sea while the principal long range destinations, mainly serviced from Milan Malpensa and/or Rome Fiumicino, are the Maldives, Mauritius, Kenya, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Cuba, Santo Domingo and Brazil.

Meridiana has an overall fleet of 27 aircraft consisting of 10 McDonnell Douglas MD82, 7 Airbus A320, 3 Boeing 737-700, 2 Boeing 737-300 WL, 2 Boeing 737-800, 1 Boeing 767-200, 2 Boeing 767-300.

 

Meridiana official website: https://www.meridiana.it/home/index/en/

Europe

Athens, Bologna, Berlin, Brussels, Cagliari, Catania, Geneva, Kiev, London, Moscow, Milan, Mykonos, Naples, Nice, Rhodes, Rome, Santorini, Venice, Verona, Turin, Zurich, Palermo, Olbia.

Africa

Dakar, Sharm el Sheikh, Mauritius.

Asia

Tel Aviv

America

New York