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Aerolinee Siciliane is a new scheduled passenger airline based at Comiso Airport, on the island of Sicily in Italy. From its hub at Comiso, Aerolinee Siciliane has plans to begin operating domestic and international flights to Rome and Milan, and eventually Bologna, Stuttgart, London, Paris and Tunis.

The aim of the new airline is to serve the inhabitants of Sicily by providing easy connections from the island to the rest of Italy and Europe, at affordable prices. Aerolinee Siciliane was founded by Luigi Crispino, who previously founded Air Sicilia (which ceased operations in 2004) and is currently a shareholder of Wind Jet. The new airline will also be owned by a number of local entrepreneurs, who have joined to invest in the development of the airline.

The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily has been without its own airline since 2012, following the demise of Wind Jet in 2012. As of January 2021, the airline has yet to receive its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), but hopes to begin operations by the summer of 2021.

Aerolinee Siciliane Update

Aerolinee Siciliane is a new startup airline, which has yet to commence flights.

Commercial operations were initially scheduled to commence in June 2020, but were delayed as a result of COVID-19. A revised launch date has not been announced, but could be as early as June 2021. In the meantime, you can take a look at our list of alternative airlines below to discover airlines that currently operate similar routes.


When the airline begins operations, Aerolinee Siciliane’s first routes will be from Aeroporto di Comiso to Rome and Milan, two major cities on mainland Italy. These routes will be operated at least twice daily.

In the long-term, the airline also has plans to operate international flights to Bologna, Stuttgart, London, Paris and Tunis. Frankfurt and Malta have also been mentioned as possible future destinations.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

As the airline is in an early stage of startup, it has yet to announce what the baggage allowance will be for passengers.

Checked Baggage

Unfortunately, this information has yet to be announced.

Class Fares

The airline has yet to make an announcement regarding what cabin classes (Economy, Premium, or Business, for example) will be available, as well as what the onboard experience will be like.

Check-In Information

Online Check-In

It is not yet known whether online check-in is available.

Airport Check-In

The airline has yet to publish a statement regarding recommended check-in times. However, in most instances it is recommended that passengers arrive as early as possible, usually about 2 hours before scheduled departure.

Alternatives to Aerolinee Siciliane

International airlines that currently operate flights to Sicily, flying to one of the island’s 4 international airports, include: Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Italy, Air Malta, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines,easyJet, Eurowings, Iberia, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, SWISS, and Vueling.

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Hub Airport

Comiso Airport

Comiso Airport (IATA: CIY) is also known as Vincenzo Magliocco Airport, and is located in the Sicilian town of Comiso, in the Ragusa province. The airport serves Comiso, as well as Ragusa, Vittoria and Gela. Other airlines to fly to CIY are: AlbaStar, which flies to Cuneo; Alitalia, which flies to Milan and Rome; and Ryanair, which flies to Charleroi, Hahn, Milan, and Pisa.


The airline will begin operations using two leased Airbus A320s. As the airline expands, further A320s. A319s, or A321s, may be added to the fleet. The airline has also stated that it is looking to an Embraer E175 and E190 for servicing smaller islands.