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Italian partnership to charter a German Fokker 100 next year

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Italian partnership to charter a German Fokker 100 next year - Airlines publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Italy Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: CH Aviation

Italy's Travel Before and ST&A Srl tour agencies will charter a Fokker 100 from German ACMI/charter specialist Avanti Air (ATV, Siegen) during the summer 2016 season.

Under the terms of the deal, structured by Aeroservizi Air Charter Broker, the Fokker Aircraft (Woensdrecht) will be based out of Salerno in southern Italy with effect from June 2016 through to the end of the high season.

Giancarlo Vitolo, the director of Travel Before, said the twinjet would be used to serve the following destinations initially: Kerkyra and Zakinthos in Greece, Ibiza, Malta, Mostar, and Milan Malpensa.

The aircraft will also be used to serve the same destinations albeit from other Italian centres including Bari, Brindisi, Catania and Palermo.

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