In February 2015, Volare was merged into Alitalia and now no longer exists under the Volare brand.
Alternatively, take a look at these airlines below that fly similar routes to Volare.
Volare (later known as C.A.I Second) was an Italian airline operating flights for its parent company, Alitalia.
The airline was launched in 2008 under the name 'Volare' as to preserve sots at Linate Airport. For most of its time, the airline was used to operate flights on the behalf of Alitalia. The airline only used Volare as a legal name. In the public, the airline used Alitalia's name and branding.
Volare flew to over 20 destinations across Europe when it was at the peak of its operations. This included a mix of both domestic and international charter and leisure services.
In February 2015, the airline was merged into Alitalia.
The airline no longer exists under the Volare brand.
However, Alitalia offers Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class.
When the airline ceased operations in 2015, it operated a singular Airbus A320-200.
The airline flew to the following destinations: