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Cagliari Elmas Airport

Cagliari-Elmas Airport is an international airport serving the city of Cagliari on the Italian island of Sardinia. Cagliari is the industrial centre of Sardinia and a popular tourist destination, making Cagliari-Elmas Airport the busiest airport on the island.

Location of Cagliari Elmas Airport, Italy

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Qatar Airways & Italy's Meridiana Part 2: Route opportunities and outlook

15-Feb-2016 10:32 AM

Qatar Airways and Italian leisure airline Meridiana disclosed that they were working on a "potential partnership project" that could include a minority equity stake of up to 49% in Meridiana and a commercial partnership.

Part 1 of this report reviewed the broad implications of the potential partnership.

This Part looks in some detail at the route structure of Meridiana and the outlook for the proposed partnership.

Qatar Airways & Italy's Meridiana Part 1: Similar to Etihad-Alitalia, but different - and smaller

10-Feb-2016 6:00 PM

On 04-Feb-2016, Qatar Airways and Italian leisure airline Meridiana disclosed that they are working on a "potential partnership project" that could include a minority equity stake of up to 49% in Meridiana and a commercial partnership. Understandably, this immediately drew a comparison with Etihad Airways' investing in Alitalia and the two forming a partnership.

The comparison probably ends there. Although both cases feature a Gulf airline investing in an Italian airline, the motivations are different. The potential gains between Qatar and Meridiana are far smaller than between Etihad and Alitalia, largely a result of Meridiana being so small: it is the fourth largest airline in the Italian domestic market but with only a 6% share. Internationally, it is the 22nd largest in winter. Qatar will not be required to input as much work into Meridiana as Etihad into Alitalia. Meridiana, however, is no walk in the park: it has not reported financial results since its losses for 2013, but it has been restructuring for some years.

Meridiana: how to escape the impact of loss-making Italian airlines?

24-Jul-2013 4:05 PM

Even after some years of joining together to fight the foreign invasion by LCCs, this has not been a great year for Italy’s loss-making established airlines. The Alitalia Group, formed from the merger of Alitalia and Air One, has had to seek additional crisis loan funds from its shareholders and the Meridiana airline group, formed from the old Meridiana, Eurofly and Air Italy, has undergone a recapitalisation.

CAPA recently analysed Alitalia’s new 2013-2016 industrial plan and, in this report, we turn our attention to Italy’s second indigenous carrier. Meridiana is even more heavily loss-making than Alitalia. Its fleet is ageing, its international network is sub-scale and its dependence on the domestic market is likely to bring it into ever more competition with Europe’s leading LCCs, while its unit costs mean it is likely to continue to struggle to compete with them.

SEA IPO by end 2011, but are the signs better this time?

14-Dec-2010 10:53 AM

Milan’s SEA SpA plans to launch an IPO on the Italian stock exchange by the end of 2011 according to Chairman Giuseppe Bonomi. The airport operator will make a final decision on the offering once main owner, the City of Milan, approves its annual accounts.

easyJet CEO, Andrew Harrison easyJet keeps rolling out the expansion plans, for now

17-Dec-2009 5:13 PM

On 09-Dec-2009, Andy Harrison, CEO of easyJet handed in his resignation, effective Jun-2010. He is only the second CEO the airline has had. The airline was quick to emphasise that his departure was specifically not connected with this year’s board challenges to his leadership strategy.

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