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Alitalia CityLiner S.p.A. is an Italian regional airline. It is a subsidiary of Alitalia and operates short haul domestic and international point to point flights using regional airliners on behalf of its parent.
|Founded||June 2006Air One)(as a subsidiary of|
|Commenced operations||June 2006|
Foundation as Air One CityLinerEdit
Alitalia CityLiner was founded as Air One CityLiner S.p.A. in June 2006, as a subsidiary of Air One, with a brand new fleet of ten Bombardier CRJ-900s. It commenced operations with flights between Trieste and Rome Fiumicino; and Genoa and Naples, on 7 June. In February 2007, it started its first international route, between Turin and Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
On 13 January 2009, Air One and Alitalia merged under the Alitalia brand name. As a result, Air One CityLiner's aircraft began operating on behalf of Alitalia group.
On 20 April 2011, the airline was rebranded as Alitalia CityLiner. It became the only regional airline of the Alitalia group and has taken up the role formerly performed by Alitalia Express. A brand new fleet of 20 Embraer 175s and 190s was delivered between September 2011 and March 2013.
Alitalia CityLiner operates short-haul domestic- and international routes for Alitalia. It has operational bases at Rome-Fiumicino and Milan-Linate.
As of July 2018, the Alitalia CityLiner fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Embraer 190LR||5||—||—||100||100||EI-RND in SkyTeam livery|
Over the years, Alitalia has operated the following aircraft types (including aircraft inherited from Alitalia Express and Air One CityLiner):
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