Air Italy Egypt
|Founded||2006 as Euro Mediterranean Airlines|
|Hubs||Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport|
|Parent company||Air Italy|
|Headquarters||Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt|
|Key people||Ali Mourad (Managing Director & Chairman)|
The airline was established in 2006 as a joint-venture between Air Italy (75%) and an Egyptian tour operator (25%). and started operations in April 2007 as 'Euro Mediterranean Airlines' using a single Boeing 757-200 aircraft. In September 2009, the aircraft was sold and the airline was renamed Air Italy Egypt, with a plan to transfer Air Italy's sole Boeing 737-800 to the airline, however this never materialised. The airline ceased operations in late 2009.
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. p. 50.
- EuroMediterranean fleet list at airfleets.net
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