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Luke Air has ceased operations

NOTICE: Luke Air has ceased operations effective October 2021

About Luke Air

Luke Air was an Italian regional airline based at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport. The airline was founded in 1998 and it's a part of the Uvet Group. Flights for Luke Air were operated by Blue Panorama Airlines but routes were operated by a fleet of Boeing 767-300ER and Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Luke Air is flew to 19 destinations in three countries including Cape Verde, Greece and Italy. Destinations include Sal, Santorini, Corfu, Rome, Milan, Bologna, Kos, Rhodes and many more. In Octover 2021, Luke Air stopped operating services.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

All passengers received one piece of hand luggage with a maximum dimension of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm and a maximum weight of 10kg for scheduled flights.

Prohibited items were not allowed in carry-on baggage and must be stored in checked baggage, otherwise, airport security would confiscate the item including any fluid exceeding 100ml.

Checked Baggage

Only intercontinental flights had a free baggage allowance of one 23kg checked baggage with a maximum dimension of 160cm.

Domestic flights didn't have any free checked baggage allowance. However, passengers could buy excess baggage for your Luke Air flight when booking with Alternative Airlines. Baggage could be added to the flight during the booking process.

Check-in Information

Online check-in

Online check-in isn't available for customers, passengers needed to check-in at the airport.

Please bring your travel document with you for airport check-in and be on time.

Airport check-in

Airport check-in was available between two hours to 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time for blu-express flights.

Airport check-in was available between three hours to 50 minutes before the scheduled departure time for Blue Panorama Airlines flights.

The boarding gate closed 30 minutes before departure for blu-express flights and 45 minutes before departure for Blue Panorama Airlines flights.

Passengers needed to check-in before the check-in deadline or the airline reserves the right to deny boarding and the ticket will be non-refundable. Travel documents must be presented at the check-in counter to verify the travellers' identity. For domestic flights, a driving licence and identity card are accepted for Italian citizens. Foreign travellers must present a passport.

There is no longer any airport check-in facilities as Luke Air has ceased operating.

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Destinations that Luke Air flew to

As of May 2022, Luke Air no longer operates any services. Previous routes included:

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Frequent Flyer Program

Frequent flyer programme isn't available for the airline.

Airline Alliance

Luke Air isn't a member of any airline alliances.

Hub Airport

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is located in Rome, Italy. It's one of the busiest airports in Europe with over 43 million passengers served in 2019. Three passenger terminals and three active runways. Two airlines are based at the airport including Vueling and ITA Airwats.

Other airlines flying to and from the airport include, but not limited to, Aegean AirlinesAmerican AirlinesChina Eastern AirlineseasyJetIsrair AirlinesNeos AirRyanairUnited AirlinesWestJetWizz Air and Air Cairo.


Luke Air previously had a fleet of all Boeing manufactured aircraft including the Boing 767-300 ER for medium to long-haul routes and the Boeing 737-800 for short to medium-haul routes. The Boeing 737-800 has a total capacity of 189 seats in a two-class configuration.