Air Vallee

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In June 1987, Air Vallee is established to promote the commercial development of the airport Corrado Gex of Aosta.

In October 1997, Air Vallee obtains a certificate from the Italian Aeronautic Registry as ‘airline operator’.

In May 2000, The Dornier 328.300 JET enters into service, with thirty-one seats, that continues to operate at Aosta airport.

In December 2004, Air Vallee completes the service from Rome with a flight every Sunday that, during the winter period, is added to the two existing five-day a week Monday to Friday service.

Air Vallee, Vallee-owned Air Holding, may be considered the projection of the Valle d'Aosta in the world of aviation is a small company, but the professionalism of its men and the level of its services with no fear.

Air Vallee, at the operational base of Aosta, is authorized to make the most of the maintenance on the aircraft fleet and aircraft of other similar companies.

In addition to scheduled and charter, operates through its subsidiary HELOPS a fleet of helicopters normally used as part of Civil Defense and activities Heliski and owns 51% of 'Airport "Corrado Gex" of Aosta (the remaining 49 % is held by the Regione Autonoma Valle d 'Aosta), the carrier's operational base and is currently closed to traffic for extension works.


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