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ESTABLISHED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1998. FORMED BY ITALIAN TOUR OPERATOR DISTAL/ITR GROUP'S ASTRA TRAVEL. INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
76 VIA BISSOLATI
ROME I-00187, ITALY
ITALY (ITALIAN REPUBLIC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1861, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 301,268 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 58 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ROME, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ITALIAN.
OCTOBER 1998: PARENT COMPANY IS ASTRAL TRAVEL.
CHARTER TOUR OPERATOR. CHARTERS FOR OTHER OPERATORS, INCLUDING CORSAIR (COR), AERO LYON (LYO), AND CALEDONIAN (CAW).
2 ORDERS (DECEMBER 1998) 737-4K5'S (24901, 7074), EX-(HAP) (HAPAG LLOYD), INDIGO AVIATION LEASED.
DECEMBER 1998: 737-4K5 (24901), EX-(HAP), INDIGO LEASED.
FEBRUARY 1999: SINCE LOAD FACTORS HIGHER THAN EXPECTED, PLANS TO ADD 3RD 737-400, TO BE USED FOR 7 MONTHS OF YEAR.
MARCH 1999: 737-382 (24449), INDIGO LEASED.
MAY 1999: 1 737-4Q8 (24234), TAESA (TES) 6 MONTH WET-LEASED.
JUNE 1999: ERMINO FERRI TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, EX-ALITALIA (ALI).
AUGUST 1999: 737-300 (24238), UKRAINE INTERNATIONAL (UKR) SUB-LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 1999: HAPAG LLOYD (HAP) OWNER PREUSSAG IS CONSIDERING TAKING SHARES IN (BPA), TO GAIN ITALIAN ROUTES.
NOVEMBER 1999: RETURNED 737-35B (24238) TO (UKR). RETURNED 737-4Q8 (24234, N242GD) TO (TAESA) (TES).
MARCH 2000: IN APRIL 2000, MILAN (MALPENSA) TO KIEV BY CODE SHARE WITH (UKR).
(email@example.com). SITA: ROMBR7X.
MAY 2000: 2 737-300'S (23363; 25162), STERLING (STR) WET-LEASED, TIL 11/00. 1 737-4Q8 HGW (2564-26298, /94 18 10, TC-JEI), EX-TURKISH (THY), (ILF) LEASED.
JUNE 2000: PISA TO DUBLIN (WEEKLY CHARTER).
SEPTEMBER 2000: CODE SHARE WITH UKRAINE INTERNATIONAL (UKR), MILAN TO KIEV (737-400, 2X-WEEKLY).
DECEMBER 2000: ANGELO CIPRIANI TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, REPLACES ERMINIO FERRI.
1 737-4K5 (27074), WET-LEASED TO CUBANA (CUB). ALL 3 737-400'S WET-LEASED TO CUBANA (CUB).
FEBRUARY 2001: PLANS TO ACQUIRE 4TH 737-400, BEFORE THE START OF THE SUMMER SEASON.
MARCH 2001: CUBANA (CUB) OPERATIONS ENDED, AIRPLANES RETURNED.
APRIL 2001: 1 737-4K5 (27831) DELIVERY, HAPAG LLOYD (HAP) LEASED.
JULY 2001: 1 737-4K5 (24128), EX-(HAP), DEFAG LEASED.
NOVEMBER 2001: NAMED OFFICIAL CARRIER OF THE JUVENTUS SOCCER TEAM.
1 ORDER (MAY 2002) 737-800, 189 PASSENGERS (PAX). WILL REPLACE 737-400, FOR OPERATIONS TO CABO VERDE, SENEGAL, KENYA, AND ZANZIBAR.
DECEMBER 2001: 1 737-4K5 (2677-27831, /94 25 09 D-AHLU), WET-LEASED TO AIR ONE (ADH). 2 737-4K5'S (24901, EI-CUA; 27074, EI-CUN), WET-LEASED TO AFRIQIYAH AIRWAYS (AQY).
JANUARY 2002: 2 767-3G5ER'S (28111; 29435), EX-(LTU), (ILF) LEASED.
April 2002: 2 737-4K5 (24901; 27074) returned from Afiqyiah (AQY).
July 2002: 1 737-35B (24238, UR-GAG), Ukraine International (UKR) wet-leased for Bologna to Greek Isles charter flights.
November 2002: In December 2002, Milan (MXP) to Santo Domingo (weekly charter flights), on behalf of Hotelplan, Italy.
December 2002: Projects 2002 = +EUR 21.5 million (net profit).
Owners: Distal and (ITR) Groups (66.6%); Franco Pecci (33.4%).
737-35B (24238) returned to Ukraine International (UKR).
February 2003: Plans to lease 2 757-200's from end of 2003 to operate charters from Milan and Rome to the Canary Islands, Cabo Verde, Coted'Ivoire, Kenya, Senegal, and Tanzania.
March 2003: 2002 = 470,000 passengers.
August 2003: 737-341 (24275, UR-GAL), Ukraine International (UKR) wet-leased.
November 2003: Names its executive subsidiary "EXECUTIVE BLUE." Will start operations in December 2003 with its 1st Avanti.
767-304ER (28039), Itochu (CIF) Airleased with heavy maintenance contract to Lufthansa Technik (LTK) (DLH).
Decemmber 2003: Milan (MXP) to Bangkok & Phuket (767-300, 2x-weekly).
February 2004: In March 2004, will convert its regular charter service between Milan to Bangkok to scheduled services.
Plans to acquire +2 737-400's by summer and a 767-300ER in November 2004.
April 2004: (http://www.blue-panorama.com).
May 2004: In July 2004, Bologna to Bangkok (weekly). Bologna to Havana to Cancun (weekly).
2 737-4C9's (25429; 25437), Luxair (LUX) wet-leased.
June 2004: Milan (MXP), Rome (FCO)-Kiev (KBP), 2x-weekly in cooperation with Ukraine International (UKR).
July 2004: Expects to carry >900,000 passengers in 2004 on its network that extends across the Mediterranean, the Middle & Far East, Central America, and the Caribbean.
Along with First Choice Airways (ATZ), Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) become the European launch customers for the 7E7-8 including 10 valued at $1.2 billion. (BPA)'s $500 million portion consists of an order (February 2009) for 4 7E7-8's (with 6/3 for (ATZ). The 7E7-8 has a range of 15,700 km with engines: (GE) (GEnx) or Rolls Royce (RRC)'s (Trent 1000), and carries 217 passengers (PAX).
September 2004: 1 order (December 2004) 767-330ER (PW4060), (ILF) leased.
October 2004: Milan (MXP) to Bologna to Kiev.
November 2004: Plans to add flights to Mexico City and Shanghai.
Milan (MXP) to Venice to Shanghai (Pudong) (767-300ER, weekly).
December 2004: 767-330ER (25137, I-LLAG), ex-(LDI), (ILF) leased.
May 2005: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) is a private Italian airline operating scheduled and charter flights from Italy to international destinations.
(IATA) Code: BV - 004. (ICAO) Code: BPA (Callsign - BLUE PANORAMA).
Parent organization/shareholders: Distal & ltr Group (66.6%); & Franco Pecci (33.4%).
Alliances: Cubana de Aviacion (CUB).
Main Base: Rome Fiumicino Leonardo Da Vinci airport (FCO).
Hub: Milan Malpensa airport (MXP).
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Bologna; Milan; Rome; & Venice.
International, scheduled destination: Bangkok; Cayo Coco; Cayo Largo del Sur; Havana; Ho Chi Minh City; Holguin; Kiev; Santiago; Shanghai; & Veradero.
June 2005: Has been awarded a contract by a German operator to perform flights from Brussels to Libreville, Brazzaville, & Kinshasa (757-200).
757-231 (28482, EI-DKL), ex-(TWA), Pegasus (PSS) leased.
October 2005: The Italian government, as expected, approved a financial assistance package for Italian airlines amounting to €200 million/$239 million. Deputy Transport Minister Mario Tassone stressed that the aid package is directed to the Italian airline industry as a whole to "help them overcome moments of crisis owing to the rising fuel price," "La Republica" reported. It added that Alitalia (ALI) will receive approximately €80 million. Because Rome cannot give aid to the carrier directly without violating (EU) regulations on state aid, the decree is designed to provide benefits to all Italian airlines. The aid is welcome news to (ALI), which aims to present a revised restructuring plan next week that will persuade Deutsche Bank and Banca Intesa to guarantee a €1.2 billion capital increase.
Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) is launching a low cost airline to be called "blu-express.com" The new carrier will be based at Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci Airport. Service between Bari and Rome (12x-weekly flights), between Milan Malpensa and Rome (17x-weekly flights), will start on November 21st, and Rome to Grenoble/Lyon (4x-weekly flights), Munich (daily), Nice (3x-weekly), and Vienna (daily), starting on December 15th. The airline will initially operate a fleet of 2 Boeing 737-400s. Plans to add 2 737-300's for the summer schedule with other routes being considered including Paris Orly, Madrid, and Barcelona. Appoints Wolfgang Kurth (CEO), ex-Hapag Lloyd Express (HLX).
Lufthansa Technik (DLH) (LTK) signed (BPA) to a 5-year Total Component Support (TCS) contract for its 767-300ER and 757-200 fleets and extended an existing (TCS) contract for its 737-400s.
757-231 (28483, N715TW), ex-Transmeridian Airlines (TAL), Pegasus Aviation (PSS) leased.
November 2005: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary blu-express.com started operations Rome to Milan with 737-4C9 (26437) which was christened "Citta di Roma" and will be joined by a 2nd 737-400 next month.
April 2006: Blue Panorama (BPA) is planning to begin charter service from Bologna, Milan (MXP) and Rome (FCO) to Dubai in October.
July 2006: Pegasus Aviation Finance Company (PSS) ordered 2 787-8 Dreamliners and will take over an existing order for 4 787-8s placed by Italy's Blue Panorama (BPA) in 2004. Pegasus (PSS) will lease the airplanes to the carrier and increased the order to 6.
767-300ER (ILF) 5 YEAR LEASED.
May 2009: 767-31AER (27619, EI-EED), (ILF) leased, ex-(N281LF).
September 2009: 757-231 (28483, EI-DNA) has a sticker on the side of its fuselage "Egypt - Nothing Compares!" to promote Egypt travel.
SEE PHOTO - - "BPA-EGYPT-2009-09."
January 2010: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) has launched new seasonal longhaul services this winter season:
Bologna Marconi to Havana to La Romana to Bologna Marconi: weekly seasonal 767-300ER service operating until April 19;
Rome Fiumicino to Havana to Montego Bay to Rome Fiumicino: weekly seasonal 767-300ER service operating until April 5.
December 2010: 737-4Q8 (26300, EI-DXC), leased.
June 2011: SuperJet International: a joint venture (JV) between Alenia Aeronautica (a Finmeccanica Company) and Sukhoi Holding (SSJ) signed an order with Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) for the purchase of 12 Sukhoi (SSJ) Superjet 100 (SSJ100) airplanes. Based on the list price, the agreement has an estimated value of US $370 million.
The deliveries of these SSJ100/95B airplanes will start at the end of 2012. The airplane interiors will be provided by the Italian design group Pininfarina.
The Blue Panorama (BPA) SSJ100 fleet will be also supported by SuperJet International with tailored after-sales solutions beginning with the 1st delivery.
January 2012: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) is increasing its services to the Caribbean and Indian Ocean:
Milan Malpensa to La Romana to Antigua to Milan Malpensa: weekly 767-300ER service (already launched);
Milan Malpensa to La Romana to Aruba tp Milan Malpensa: weekly 767-300ER service (already launched);
Milan Malpensa to Rome Fiumicino to Mahé: weekly 767-300ER service starting on February 14;
Verona to Havana to Cancun: weekly seasonal 767-300ER service between December 25 and April 8.
Alitalia (ALI) is proceeding with plans to merge with 2 smaller Italian competitors, Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) and WindJet (WJT).
The (ALI) board, which signed a memorandum of understanding with the 2 carriers, said the “project of integration” is “coherent with the ongoing consolidation processes into the air transport, at national and international level.” It said the carriers have “synergy potentials and are complementary with regard to product specialization, network design and served market segments.”
The Alitalia Group last year carried around 25 million passengers using a fleet of 144 airplanes. It has bases in Rome, Milan, Turin, Venice, Bari, and Catania.
(BPA), which launched operations in 1998, carried some 2 million passengers in 2011 with a fleet of 7 737-300/400s, 2 757-200s and 4 767-300ERs. Intercontinental flights are operated under the (BPA) brand; short- and medium-haul flights are operated as Blu-Express (BLX). It has bases in Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa. (BPA) signed an order for 12 Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 airplanes at the Paris Air Show in June 2011. Deliveries are scheduled to start at the end of 2012.
(WJT), established in 2003, is a Low Cost Carrier (LCC) that operates domestic and European routes using 5 A319-100s and 7 A320-200s. It handled >2.8 million passengers in 2011 and has a 6.2% domestic market share, according to an (ALI) statement. It has bases in Catania, Palermo, and Rimini.
(ALI) will submit merger documents to antitrust authorities.
June 2012: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA)'s low-cost division subsidiary blu-express.com (BLX) (based at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International airport (FCO)) is the 2nd carrier interested in challenging Alitalia (ALI) on the monopoly route between Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO) and Milan Linate (LIN) airports according to Italian daily "La Stampa." easyJet (EZY) had previously already publicly declared its interest given Alitalia (ALI) will be forced to give up some of its slots in Linate to allow a competitor to operate on the route from October.
July 2012: Cubana (CUB) has wet-leased 767-3G5ER (28111, EI-CZH) from Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) to replace its own Il-96s on its long-haul flights to Europe where it currently serves Madrid Barajas (MAD) and Paris Orly (ORY) from Havana José Marti International (HAV) and Santiago de Cuba Antonio Maceo International (SCU) airports.
September 2012: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) has withdrawn both of its 757-231s (28482, EI-DKL, 28483, EI-DNA) from service by September 14 and has ferried the airplanes to the USA on return to the lessors. (BPA) continues to operate 2 737-300s, 4 737-400s and 4 767-300ERs.
(BPA) serves 11 countries, 27 destinations and 44 routes.
October 2012: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) has filed for bankruptcy protection to be able to restructure its business, while continuing normal operations under administration. Since 2008, Italian companies are able to file for bankruptcy protection following a similar legal process to companies filing for Chapter 11 in the United States.
The Italian civil aviation authority (ENAC) has downgraded (BPA) to a provisional license and given it 12 months to restructure under a form of bankruptcy protection.
(BPA) is a privately owned scheduled and charter airline, which launched operations in 1998 and carried 2 million passengers in 2011. It has bases at Rome Fiumicino, Milan Malpensa and Bologna and operates 4 767-300ERs and 6 737s (737-300s and 737-400s). Some of the 737s operate for low-cost arm, Blu-express (BLX), which was created in 2005.
However, citing a tough operating environment, (BPA) said it has applied for the (EU) equivalent of Chapter 11 to “consolidate its financial and capital structure.”
“(BPA) and (BLX) will continue to operate their flight programs, honoring tickets and reservations as normal, and continuing business partnerships with other airlines, tour operators and travel agent partners.”
On October 23, the Italian (CAA) (ENAC) granted (BPA)’s application, giving it 12 months to restructure. (BPA)’s full license has been suspended and replaced with a provisional version and the (ENAC) will now perform monthly checks on (BPA)’s operational, economic and financial position. Despite these changes, (ENAC) confirms that (BPA) is continuing to fly as normal.
In January this year, Alitalia (ALI) announced plans to merge with both (BPA) and another Italian operator, WindJet (WJT). However, (ALI) subsequently called off the merger with both companies. (WJT) recently ceased operations.
(BPA) currently operates short-haul scheduled and charter services under the brand of its division Blu Express (BLX) (Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO)) with 2 737-300s and 4 737-400s as well as leisure oriented long-haul services with a fleet of 4 767-300ERs.
(BPA) has wet-leased its 767-300ER (28111, EI-CZO) to Biman Bangladesh Airlines (BNG), where the airplane currently operates various scheduled services temporarily replacing (BNG)'s 2 777-300ERs currently used on Hajj charters between Bangladesh and Saudi-Arabia.
April 2013: Russia and Finland authorities have agreed to designate 2nd carriers on the Moscow to Helsinki route. The 1st designated airline from each side has “14x-weekly” and the 2nd designated airline from each side “will have 7x-weekly,” effective from the (IATA) winter season 2013 to 2014, according to a statement by Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia.
Currently, only Aeroflot (ARO) and Finnair (FIN) are allowed to operate flights between these cities. (FIN) operates 9x-weekly, 7x- of which are under a code share agreement with (ARO). (ARO) performs 14x-weekly, 7x- of which are a code share.
Over the last year, Russia has liberalized bilateral agreements with Italy and France, adding more carriers on routes connecting Moscow with Rome, Milan, Paris, and Nice. Russia’s Transaero Airlines (TRX) won the rights to fly from Moscow to Rome, Milan and Paris, while Rossiya Airlines (SDM), a member of the Aeroflot (ARO) group, launched flights from Moscow to Nice. French Aigle Azur (AZU) was allowed to launch flights from Paris and Nice to Moscow; it has already launched the Paris route and will launch the Nice flight later this year. Italian Blue Panorama (BPA) started Rome to Moscow flights at the beginning of April, while Meridiana Fly (ALS)/(EUY) was designated at Milan to Moscow.
May 2013: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA)’s low cost carrier (LCC) Blu-express (BLX) has launched daily, Moscow Domodedovo to Rome flights.
July 2013: 737-5K5 (CFM56-3) (24927, I-BPAL), ex-(EI-EYV), bought from Babcock & Brown (BBB).
August 2013: 737-3YO (24909, I-BPAM), ex-(N265LM) delivery and 767-3X2ER (26260, EI-FCV), ex-(N265LM) (AWW) leased, 767 324ER (27392, EI-CMD "Citta di Milano"), ex-(NN838TM).
September 2013: Italy’s air navigation services provider (ENAV) has reduced its terminal air navigation charges -25% for the last 4 months of this year, saving airlines an estimated -€20 million/-$26.4 million.
June 2015: The Italian government is seeking a buyer for Blue Panorama (BPA) by the end of the summer season at the latest.
(BPA) entered bankruptcy protection for the 2nd time in <2 years in March 2014. It was placed in an insolvency procedure known as Amministrazione Straordinaria, which is similar to the USA Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, by which a company is given a chance to reorganize in the hope of being able to carry on business.
The Italian government has taken control of (BPA)’s affairs as the former searches for a suitable purchaser. The aim is to sell the airline as a going concern via a tender process; services have been maintained while this search proceeds.
A spokesman for (BPA) said the aim is “to complete the procedure, with any required assessment and authorization, by the end of the current (IATA) Summer Season at latest.”
(BPA), founded in 1998, operates a fleet consisting of 3 Boeing 767-300ERs 3 Boeing 737-300s, 1 737-400 and 1 737-500 from bases at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa airports to a variety of leisure destinations in the Mediterranean, East Africa, and the Caribbean.
September 2016: 737-4Q8 (24706, EI-FVA), ex-(G-CIPH), Aerotron leased.
October 2016: Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA) is going through insolvency proceedings. It currently operates 7 737s/3 767-300ERs out of Rome and Milan.
March 2017: 767-3X2ER (26260, EI-FCV), re-registered (I-BPAD).
June 2017: 737-8ZO (30073, EI-GAX), ex-(B-2511), ex-Beijing.
December 2017: Italian leisure and tourism group Uvet has completed its acquisition of formerly insolvent airline Blue Panorama (BPA), and is thinking about expanding its fleet, the company said. “Our objective is to make (BPA) a vertically integrated airline within a leading mobility and tourism group,” Uvet Group Chairman Luca Patane said.
(BPA), an Italian leisure carrier that began operations in 1998, has had a turbulent few years. It went into bankruptcy twice.
July 2018: "Direct Flight Links Shenyang and Bologna" by China Daily, July 24, 2018.
An exciting new development in world travel sees a new route being set up between China and Italy. A recently established direct flight will see passengers from Shenyang, Liaoning province, flying directly to Bologna, Italy.
Launched July 16, the flight is being run by the Italian carrier, Blue Panorama Airlines (BPA). The route will become part of several direct flights between China and Italy, with routes from Shenyang to Rome and Milan having been in place since 2016 and 2017 respectively.
The July 16 maiden flight to Bologna saw a group of 240 Chinese and foreign passengers arrive safely at Marconi Airport in Bologna, with the airport director, local Italian government officials and airline representatives greet the plane to celebrate the new route.
The Boeing 767 on the route can fly up to 350 passengers and will depart Shenyang at 11:30 pm (local time) and arrive in Bologna the following day at 5 am. Returning passengers can board at 4 am in Bologna and arrive back in Shenyang at 10 pm with the trip taking about 13 hours.
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1 737-3YO (CFM56-3C1) (24909, I-BPAM), EX-(N265LM) 2013-08.
1 737-31S (CFM56-3) (29059, I-BPAG).
0 737-35B (CFM56-3) (24238, UR-GAG), (UKR) WET-LEASED 2002-07, RETURNED 2002-12.
0 737-341 (CFM56-3) (1637-24275, UR-GAL), (UKR) WET-LEASED 2003-08, RETURNED.
0 737-382 (CFM56-3) (1857-24449), RETURNED (ILF), LEASED TO (LIJ).
0 737-382 (CFM56-3) (2241-25162, /92, OY-SEF), (STR) WET-LEASED 2000-05, UNTIL 2000-11.
0 737-3YO (CFM56-3) (1701-24463, /89, OY-SEE), (STR) WET-LEASED 2000-05, UNTIL 2000-11.
2 737-4C9 (CFM56-3C1) (2215-25429, /92 EI-DGM; 2249-26437, /92 EI-DGN "CITTA DI ROMA"), (LUX) WET-LEASED 2004-05. 26437; WET-LEASED TO blu-express.com 2005-11. 165Y.
2 737-4K5 (CFM56-3C1) (1854-24901, /92 EI-CUA; 2281-27074, /92 EI-CUN), EX-(HAP), (AFJ) LEASED, 27074 WET-LEASED TO (CUB) 2000-12, RETURNED 2001-03. 2677-27831, /94 D-AHLU, 2001-05, WET-LEASED TO (AQY). (1715-24128, /89 2001-07 DEFAG LEASED D-AHLO). 24128 RETURNED (HAP) 2001-10. 27831 WET-LEASED TO (ADH) 2001-12. 24901; 27074; WET-LEASED TO (AQY) 2001-12. RETURNED FROM (AQY) 2002-04. 167Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (24706, EI-FVA), EX-(G-CIPH), AEROTRON LEASED 2016-09.
1 737-4Q8 HGW (CFM56-3C1) (2564-26298, /94 EI-CUD), EX-(THY), (ILF) LEASED, WET-LEASED TO (CUB) 2000-12, RETURNED 2001-03. 167Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2604-26300, EI-DXC), LEASED 2010-12.
0 737-4Z9 (CFM56-3C1) (2043-25147, /91 OE-LNH), (LAL) LEASED, WET-LEASED TO (AQY). RETURNED (LAL) 2003-06. 164Y.
1 737-436 (CFM56-3) (25839, OM-CEX), (AXE) WET-LEASED 2013-04.
1 737-5K5 (CFM56-3C1) (1968-24927, I-BPAL), EX-(EI-EYV), EX-(HGA), BOUGHT FROM BABCOCK & BROWN (BBB). 2013-06. 111Y.
1 737-800 (CFM56-7B), 189 PAX.
1 737-8ZO (30073, EI-GAX), EX-(B-2511), EX-BEIJING 2017-05.
0 757-231 (PW2037) (770-28482, /97 EI-DKL), EX-(TWA), (PSS) LEASED 2005-06. RETURNED. 10C, 186Y.
0 757-231 (PW2037) (777-28483, /97 EI-DNA), EX-(TAL)/(TWA), (PSS) LEASED 2005-10. RETURNED. 202Y.
2 767-3G5ER (PW4062) (612-28111, /96 EI-CZH; 720-29435, /98 EI-CXO), EX-(LTU), (ILF) LEASED 2002-01. 28111; WET-LEASED TO (BNG) FOR HAJJ 2012-10. 12C, 262Y.
1 767-3X2ER (26260, I-BPAD), EX-(EI-FCV), (AWW) LEASED 2013-08.
1 767-300ER (ILF) 5 YEAR LEASED. 12C, 262Y.
1 767-304ER (CF6-80C2B7F) (610-28039, /96 F-GLOV), (CIF) LEASED 2003-11, (LTK) (DLH) MAINTENANCE. 12C, 262Y.
1 767-31AER (27619, EI-EED), (ILF) LEASED 2009-05, EX-(N281LF).
1 767-324ER (27392, EI-CMD "CITTA DI MILANO"), EX-(N838TM), SPECTRE AIR CAPITAL LEASED 2014-08. 12C, 262Y.
0 767-330ER (PW4062) (377-25137, /91 I-LLAG), EX-(LDI), (ILF) LEASED 2004-12. RETURNED. 12C, 262Y
6 ORDERS 787-8 DREAMLINER, (PSS) LEASED. 217 PAX:
12 ORDERS (2012-12) SUKHOI SSJ100/95B:
FRANCO PECCI, CHAIRMAN, & PRESIDENT.
WOLFGANG KURTH, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) blu-express.com, EX-(HLX) (2005-11).
SANDRO GIULIANELLI, MANAGING DIRECTOR OPERATIONS.
ANTONIO DE PONTI, MANAGING DIRECTOR COMMERCIAL.
PIERO BENVENUTO, GENERAL DIRECTOR (2001-06).
CAPTAIN GIANCARLO FE', FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR (FCOOWBV).
ANGELO CIPRIANI, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, (2001-06), (FCOMTBV).