Italy First

Italy First

Infobox Airline
airline = Italy First

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fleet_size = 2
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callsign = RIVIERA
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founded = 1999
headquarters = Rimini, Italy
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hubs = Miramare Airport
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Italy First was a regional charter airline based in Rimini in Italy. It also operates air taxi and air ambulance services. Its main base is Miramare Airport, Rimini. After operating on ACMI basis for Meridiana, AlpiEagles, Minerva, and finally Airone, at the end of 2005, the mamagment sold the airplanes and retired from flight operations. Fact|date=February 2007


The airline was established in 1999 and is 100% owned by Gruppo Condor.


The Italy First fleet consists of 2 ATR 42-320 aircraft (at January 2005).

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