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Volare was an Italian airline operating flights for its parent company, Alitalia.
In February 2015, Volare was merged into Alitalia
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Volare Airlines is an Italian low cost carrier based in Milan and owned by Alitalia



Volare flights

Volare Airlines have a main operation from Milan’s Linate airport with double daily morning and evening flights to Paris (Orly), Catania and Brindisi with one flight a day to Lamezia Terme. From Milan Mlapensa Airport, Volare fly to Helsinki (Finland), Manchester (UK), Porto (Portugal), Rotterdam and Maastricht (Holland), Wroclaw and Lodz (Poland). Also from Malpensa Volare serve six domestic destinations: Cagliari, Alghero, Pescara, Brindisi, Olbia and Lamezia.

Most recently Volare have added Timisoara as a new destination for 2008 from Malpensa.

Volare low cost flights

Volare is currently caught up in the State organised sale of its parent company Alitalia. As the likely outcome is for Alitalia to become part of the world’s largest airline Air France-KLM its future is a little uncertain, however what yo can be sure of that this innovative, resilient little airline will continue to fly in some form serving as a major operator form its home base of Milan, regardless of its ownership. If you looking to start your journey in Milan, you need to check out Volare’s excellent “value for money fares” on any one of destinations served by them. Also remember that Italians traditionally book their flights at the very last minute so by deciding and booking early you can usually get a bargain ticket price.

Volare operate four Airbus A320 airbuses in distinctive blue livery