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Air One is an independent Italian airline that operates scheduled services and is based at Rome’s Leonardo Da Vinci Airport.

Air One Flights

Air One is a young, dynamic airline which is expanding rapidly from its strongholds in Rome, Milan and Turin. Domestic destinations include: Albenga, Alghero, Bari, Bologna, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Cuneo, Florence, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Lampedusa, Milan, Naples, Palermo, Pantelleria, Pescara, Pisa, Reggio Calabria, Rome, Trapani, Trieste, Turin and Venice.

International scheduled destinations include: Athens, Barcelona, Berlin (Berlin-Tegel International Airport), Copenhagen, London (London City Airport) and Paris (Charles de Gaulle International Airport).

Air One Flights to Milan

Air One now operates between the "fabulously quick to get through" London City Airport and Milan. With over 30% market share of the Italian domestic market plus plans to operate more than 50 aircraft by the end of 2007, Air One is well placed to benefit from the commercial decline of Alitalia, either by acquiring it (Air One is already through to second phase of the Government-led Alitalia disposal process) or by just picking up the traffic as Alitalia suffer.

With a 30 aircraft Boeing 737 fleet to be replaced with Airbus A320’s, Air One is an airline in the midst of major fleet transformation programme.