Infographic: Alitalia Fleet Changes, 2005 To 2015

See how Italian airline Alitalia's fleet has changed in the last decade through a fleet infographic.

Alitalia is the flag carrier and national airline of Italy, with its head office in Fiumicino. Its fleet in 2005 consisted of 149 aircraft made by Boeing, Airbus and Douglas. The bulk of its fleet in 2005 were Douglas MD-82s, of which it had 75. Today, Alitalia no longer operates MD-82sMD-11s or Boeing 767-300ERsAlitalia has added new aircraft types to its fleet: Airbus A330-200s and ATR 72-500s. In 2014, Etihad Airways confirmed it had agreed to take a 49% stake in Alitalia. Today, the airline operates 109 aircraft, according to Aviation Week data. 


Credit: Aviation Week

*Not in infographic: Four ATR 72-500 operated for Alitalia by Darwin Airline (in Etihad Regional colors).


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