Less than one year old, Air Italy has already become the second-largest carrier in Italy flying a mixed fleet of 15 aircraft: three Boeing 737MAXs, seven 737NGs and five Airbus A330s. Its network is also diverse, including domestic destinations like Milan, Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, and Lamezia Terme, as well as international cities such as New York, Miami, Bangkok Delhi and Mumbai. Chief Technical Officer Mark Boraman says Air Italy performs all line maintenance, including A checks, in ...

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