Livingston Compagnia Aerea
|Headquarters||Cardano al Campo, Varese, Italy|
Livingston Compagnia Aerea (English: Livingston Airline, officially New Livingston S.p.A.) was an Italian airline with its head office in Cardano al Campo and main hub at Malpensa Airport in Milan. It ceased operations on 7 October 2014.
Livingston Compagnia Aerea was founded by taking over the name, the landing rights and some other assets from the liquidation process of the former Livingston Energy Flight. The airline started with charter operations across Europe.
After the Italian low-cost company Wind Jet collapsed in August 2012, Livingston announced that it would take over several routes of Wind Jet's. As of December 2013 it had not been announced whether these temporary flights will be continued. On 27 October 2013, the airline took over Alitalia on the Alghero, Sardinia to Rome, Italy route with three daily flights.
On 25 June 2014 ENAC announced that the AOC for Livingston would be suspended effective on 14 July 2014 due to financial troubles. This decision was revoked a few days later, the airline meanwhile continued its operations.
This is the network of scheduled destinations that was operated by Livingston as of summer 2014 destinations and planned winter 2014/2015 scheduled and charter destinations before the shutdown of operations.
- volaspheric: Livingston becomes successor of failed Wind Jet
- Airliner World: 7. December 2014. Missing or empty
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2 May 2014. Retrieved 6 July 2014.
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