Elivie-Societá Italiana Esercizio Elicotteri was a helicopter airline of Italy.
|Founded||23 November 1956|
|Commenced operations||20 July 1959|
|Ceased operations||30 June 1971|
|Hubs||Aeroporto di Napoli-Capodichino|
|Destinations||Capri, Ischia, Sorrento|
|Key people||Giovanni Buonamico|
The airline was established in November 1956 under the ELI-Linee Italiane S.p.A. with capital of IRI and Alitalia operating 1 A.B.204 and 2 Agusta-Bell AB.102 helicopters. In 1959, the airline was rebranded as Elivie.
In 1970, Alitalia stopped the Elivie operations, because it was considered unprofitable. A year before, IRI retired their investment on Elivie.
|Agusta Bell 47J Ranger||4||1959||1970||I-EUNO, I-EDUE, I-ETRE, I-EQAT|
|Agusta-Bell AB.102||2||1961||1965||I-ECIN, I-ESEI|
|Agusta-Bell 204||5||1963||1971||I-ESET, I-EOT, I-ENOV, I-EVCA, I-EVCO|
|Agusta-Bell 206A||2||1968||1971||I-EVBA, I-EVBU|
|Sikorsky S-61N||2||1968||1971||I-EVMA, I-EVME|