- Club Air
Club Air IATA
Founded Hubs Venice Destinations Headquarters Verona, Italy
'Club Air was an airline based in Verona, Italy Club Air was an airline based in Verona, Italy operating domestic flights within Italy and international flights to Albania, France, Moldova, Kosovo, Romania and Ukraine. It had a hub at Verona Airport.
The airline was originally established in October 2002 with its first flights the next month. The Italian civil aviation authority, ENAC, withdrew the airlines operating certificate on 12 December 2006. Services resumed under new owners and new management on May 2, 2007. This new venture was unsuccessful with operations ceasing in May 2008.
The airline offered a combination of domestic services and services to Eastern Europe, trying to take advantage of migrant workers travelling to and from their countries of origin. Routes included those from Verona to Bucharest, Timişoara Bacău, Cluj-Napoca (Romania), Chişinău (Moldova), Pristina (Kosovo) Lviv (Ukraine) .
The Club Air fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of 3 June 2008):
- 1 Avro RJ70
- 1 Avro RJ85
- 1 McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (which is operated by Bulgarian Air Charter)
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