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EuroAir
Euroair logo
IATA
EA
ICAO
EURO
Callsign
EUROPA
Founded 1946 (as Alitalia), 1956 (as Europa Air)
Hubs Trieste Da Vinci International Airport, Milan Malpensa Airport,
Secondary hubs Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Rome Ciampino Airport
Frequent flyer program Europass
Member lounge Eurolounge
Alliance Star Alliance
Subsidiaries Eurofly
Fleet size 391
Destinations Europe, global
Headquarters Trieste, Europa
Key people
Website euroair.com


Europa Air, known as EuroAir, is the Europan flag carrier and a major airline in Europe.

History

Aerolinee Italiane Internazionali, more commonly known as Alitalia, an Italian portmanteau of the words ali (wings) and Italia (Italy) was established on 16 September 1946. It started operations on 5 May 1947, in which year it carried over 10,000 passengers. The inaugural flight was with a Fiat G-12 Alcione, piloted by Virginio Reinero from Turin to Catania and Rome. The first intercontinental flight left a year later, flying between Milan and cities in South America. The Savoia-Marchetti SM.95 four engined airliner was used on European routes up to 1949. In 1956 the company was renamed Europa Air.

Fleet

Destinations

Domestic

EuroAir goes to 14 major destinations nationwide. Smaller airports are serviced by Eurofly.

Bari: Bari Airport, Florence: Peretola Airport, Genoa: Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport, Milan: Linate Airport , Milan: Malpensa Airport, Pisa: Galileo Galilei Airport, Podgorica: Podgorica Airport, Rome: Ciampino Airport, Split: Split Airport, Tirana: Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza, Trieste: Trieste Da Vinci International Airport, Torino: Torino Caselle Airport, Venice: Venice Marco Polo Airport, Verona: Verona Airport, Zagreb: Zagreb Airport

Europe

As Europe's largest carries, EuroAir goes to 46 destinations in the continent. Most of its flights are in central and Eastern Europe. It is one of the few airlines that go to/from Reykjavik.

Amsterdam: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Ankara: Esenboğa International Airport, Athens: Athens International Airport, Barcelona: Barcelona El Prat Airport, Belfast: Belfast International Airport, Belgrade: Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Berlin: Berlin Tegel Airport, Bilbao: Bilbao Airport, Birmingham: Birmingham Airport, Bordeaux: Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport, Brussels: Brussels Airport, Bucharest: Henri Coandă International Airport, Budapest: Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, Copenhagen: Copenhagen Airport, Dublin: Dublin Airport, Edinburgh: Edinburgh Airport, Frankfurt: Frankfurt Airport, Geneva: Geneva International Airport, Gothenburg: Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport, Helsinki: Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, Innsbruck: Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport (seasonal), Istanbul: Atatürk International Airport, Larnaca: Larnaca International Airport, Lisbon: Lisbon Portela Airport, London: London Heathrow Airport, Lyon: Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport, Madrid: Barajas Airport, Kiev: Boryspil International Airport, Manchester: Manchester Airport, Moscow: Sheremetyevo International Airport, Munich: Munich Airport, Oslo: Gardermoen Airport, Porto: Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, Reykjavik: Keflavík International Airport, Riga: Riga International Airport, Saint Petersburg: Pulkovo Airport, Salzburg: W. A. Mozart Airport, Sevilla: Seville Airport, Skopje: Skopje "Alexander the Great" Airport, Sofia: Sofia Airport, Stockholm: Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, Tallinn: Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport, Thessaloniki: Macedonia Airport, Vilnius: Vilnius International Airport, Warsaw: Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport, Zurich: Zurich Airport

Global

Hong Kong: Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok International Airport,Surinam: John Adolf Pengel International Airport.

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