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Meridiana is a lowcost airline along with SkyEurope, Ryanair, EasyJet, and Vueling.
Originally named Alisarda, the airline was founded on 29th March 1963 and funded by prince Karim Aga Khan, with the principal aim of increasing tourism to la Costa Smeralda (the emerald coast) in Sardinia. In 1991 Alisarda changed its name and logo, becoming Meridiana.
Meridiana is the third largest Italian airline, after Alitalia and Air One.
In September 2006, Meridiana bought 15% shares of ADF, the company which manages Florence Airport.
In December 2006, Meridiana bought a 29.95% stake in the airline Eurofly, becoming a majority shareholder.
Meridinia also owns a 50% stake in on-line tour operator wokita.com, 79% Units GAESAR (the company that manages Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport) and 50% of the agency "Sami Italy". Meridiana launched its first long-haul flights on 16th November 2007 between Rome (Fiumicino) and New York JFK.
Meridinia has two loyalty programs: Hi-Fly and Fly-Pass, which allow you to collect points with each flight booked with the company.
If you've encountered any problems with the airline, during of after the flight, register you complaint by calling +39 0789 52600 Monday to Friday 9.00am to 1.00pm
For refunds, fill in the relevant forms and send them to:
Customer relations office
Aeroporto Costa Smeralda
07026 Olbia OT
Or adress your concerns to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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