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Mediterranean airlines

Route Network
Aircraft Type owned leased overall leased out on order Ø age
Boeing 737-700 BGW 0 25 25 0 2 0.2 yrs
Boeing 737-700 BGW (scimitar) 0 1 1 0 0 0.4 yrs
Boeing 737-700 HGW (winglets) 0 2 2 0 0 0.1 yrs
Boeing 737-700BDSF BGW 0 2 2 0 0 0.2 yrs
Boeing 737-700BDSF HGW 0 8 8 0 1 0.3 yrs
Boeing 737-700C 0 6 6 0 0 0.2 yrs
Boeing 737-700C (winglets) 0 1 1 0 0 0.4 yrs
Boeing 737-700ER (scimitar) 0 9 9 0 1 0.0 yrs
Boeing 737-8 0 32 32 0 0 0.3 yrs
Boeing 737-8 HGW 0 7 7 0 0 0.3 yrs
Boeing 737-8-200 0 72 72 0 0 0.3 yrs
Boeing 737-8-200 HGW 0 7 7 0 0 0.2 yrs
Boeing 737-800BCF HGW 0 3 3 0 0 0.4 yrs
Boeing 737-9 0 14 14 0 0 0.2 yrs
Boeing 737-9 HGW 0 32 32 0 2 0.2 yrs
Boeing 787-8 0 21 21 0 2 0.1 yrs
Boeing 787-9 0 2 2 0 0 0.1 yrs
CRJ 1000 NextGen 0 9 9 0 0 0.3 yrs
CRJ 1000 NextGen EL 0 45 45 0 0 0.3 yrs
CRJ 1000 NextGen ER 0 35 35 0 0 0.2 yrs
CRJ 700 NextGen 0 22 22 0 0 0.3 yrs
CRJ 700 NextGen LR 0 3 3 0 0 0.4 yrs
CRJ 900 NextGen 0 3 3 0 0 0.4 yrs
overall 0 361 361 0 8 0.2 yrs
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Introducing Mediterranean Airlines: Where the warmth of the Mediterranean meets the cool skies of Europe! Based in the vibrant city of Catania, Italy, our airline is more than just a carrier; it's an experience infused with Italian flair and passion for travel.

At our core, we're deeply rooted in our love for the sea, particularly the azure waters of the Mediterranean. It's this affinity that inspires us to connect travelers to over 250 captivating destinations, each a unique gem in the tapestry of Europe and beyond.

As the #1 flag carrier in Italy, our fleet continues to expand, boasting modern Boeing 737 MAX planes and nimble CRJ jets. Despite the B737 MAX door issues, rest assured, our extensive crash-testing has shown they can handle any turbulence, both in the skies and in jokes! We're charting a course towards new horizons at an unprecedented pace. Our commitment to growth is evident in our relentless pursuit of excellence, as we strive to increase frequencies and introduce exciting medium-haul routes to far-flung destinations.

But what sets us apart isn't just our diverse destinations or our growing fleet; it's the spirit of adventure that permeates every aspect of our airline. From our friendly crew who greet you with a smile as warm as the Sicilian sun to our onboard hospitality that turns every flight into a memorable experience.

Step onboard and experience Italian Hospitality in the Skies: where a mini gelato bar awaits during summer flights, and a pop-up pasta station serves freshly made Italian dishes. We're not just flying you to your destination; we're bringing a taste of Italy to the skies.

The adventure doesn't end there. Explore the Mediterranean like never before with our exclusive Fly & Explore packages. Partnering with local tour operators, we offer guided tours of Italian landmarks or off-the-beaten-path European adventures tailored to your interests.

Travel with us and contribute to a greener future through our Green Flying Initiative. A portion of ticket sales supports environmental conservation in the Mediterranean, ensuring our skies remain as pristine as the destinations we serve.

With Mediterranean Airlines, every journey is an odyssey waiting to unfold. Welcome aboard, where the beauty of Europe meets the charm of Italy, and adventure knows no bounds!


2024-02-08 - Company founded
2024-03-02 - 100,000 passengers reached
2024-03-14 - 200,000 passengers reached
2024-03-16 - Mediterranean Airlines announces that its successful expansion strategy, utilizing smaller jets like the CRJ, has led to increased passenger demand, prompting plans for further fleet expansion to enhance frequencies and introduce new destinations.
2024-03-22 - 300,000 passengers reached
2024-04-03 - 500,000 passengers reached, Mediterranean airlines becomes the #1 flag carrier of Italy
2024-04-15 - Mediterranean Airlines orders its first wide-body aircraft to expand its network, adding long-haul flights.

2024-05-03 - "Due to delays with Boeing 737 MAX planes, Mediterranean Airlines have opted to order some older 737NG planes that don't have issues with production," the CEO said. "We just need more planes in the air, and at this point, we need them faster than Boeing can provide, and there are no options in the secondhand market as well." Asked about the possibility of replacing Boeing with Airbus planes, he stated, "We love our Boeing planes and are committed to increasing our fleet; we just hope that Boeing can speed up production."

2024-05-08 - Mediterranean Airlines has announced a new base at Milan Liante Airport as part of its business plan. The CEO stated, "We're excited to expand our operations in Milan." Four CRJ7 jets will be rotated from Catania to Liante, adding more destinations to the airport's offerings.

2024-05-13 - Mediterranean Airlines celebrates its 2,000,000th passenger. A school teacher traveling from Riga to Catania was greeted by airline executives and awarded a AS$2000 voucher for future travels. The lucky passenger remarked, "It's not my first time with Mediterranean Airlines, and I'm thrilled about the voucher, but for now, I just want to get to my hotel."

2024-05-17 - Mediterranean Airlines has inaugurated a cargo hub at Milan Malpensa Airport, signaling a significant push into cargo operations. The CEO announced plans to acquire four Boeing 737 Convertible aircraft, emphasizing the airline's long-standing partnership with Boeing. "Our existing fleet of 737s and our pilots' familiarity with the model make this choice optimal. The convertible nature of these planes allows us to adapt to passenger service if needed," said the CEO. This move aligns with Mediterranean Airlines' strategic interests in expanding its logistical capabilities.

2024-05-24 Mediterranean Airlines announced the establishment of a new operational base in Riga, Latvia, as part of its business expansion strategy. The CEO expressed enthusiasm for the venture, stating, "We're excited to expand our operations in Riga. We acquired a fleet of CRJ9 jets from the now-defunct OH airline at advantageous terms, enabling us to swiftly initiate operations. Leveraging our experienced crews and existing maintenance base in Catania, this expansion aligns seamlessly with our strategic objectives."

2024-05-27 Mediterranean Airlines commemorated a significant milestone as it welcomed its 3,000,000th passenger. In line with tradition, the passenger received a warm reception from airline staff and was presented with a gift card valued at AS$2000. When asked for comment, the passenger, traveling from Chisinau, expressed gratitude, stating, "Well, thanks... I use the airline quite frequently, but I don't have many options, do I? There isn't a local carrier that offers direct connections across Europe, and Mediterranean Airlines consistently provides the best transfer times for my travels at the moment."

2024-06-08 Mediterranean Airlines is proud to announce the addition of its 200th aircraft, a Boeing 737 MAX, to our expanding fleet. CEO stated, "Our operations have been remarkably successful across all our hubs. The cargo operations, in particular, are experiencing significant growth, and we anticipate adding new cargo planes in the near future." During the plane's reception, the CEO also unveiled the latest expansion plans: "We have established a strong partnership with Yropair and are excited to expand our operations in Rome (FCO). Yropair already offers extensive connections within the EU. Through our collaboration, we aim to introduce new routes to destinations that Yropair currently cannot serve due to regulatory constraints."

2024-07-10 Mediterranean Airlines has significantly expanded its fleet, becoming the world's largest operator of Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline's CEO announced that the newly acquired planes would facilitate the expansion of bases across Europe and the establishment of a new base in Alicante, exclusively operating the latest 737 MAX jets. This strategic move comes in the wake of several major European airlines' bankruptcies, with Mediterranean Airlines stepping in to assume their leasing agreements and pending 737 orders. This expansion marks a pivotal moment for the airline, positioning it for greater market dominance and enhanced service offerings throughout the region.

General Information
Name Mediterranean airlines
Code MEA
Stock symbol not listed
Headquarters Catania (CTA)
Country Italy
Parent company Enterprise is a holding
Managing director christrevor
Founded 2024-02-08
Rating AAA
General statistics
Transported passengers 9,289,304
Transported cargo 1,458,278 CU
Stations 269
Fleet size 361
Staff 20,809
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