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Gandalf Airlines is a commuter airline based at Orio al Serio Airport, 40 minutes east of Milano. It began flying in 1999, and now reaches sixteen European airports with a fleet of eleven Dornier 328 jet and turboprop aircraft:

Barcelona El Prat Airport
Bari International Airport
Brescia/Montichiari Gabriele D'Annunzio Airport
Catania Fontanarossa Airport
Florence Peretola Airport
Madrid Barajas International Airport
Milano Linate Airport
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport
Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport
Rome Fiumicino Airport
Stuttgart Echterdingen Airport
Verona/Villafranca Valerio Catullo Airport

Since 2001, Gandalf has also code-shared with Air France to feed international flights out of Paris.

Unfortunately, Gandalf doesn't make any money. In fact, the airline has lost money since its inception, and the global air traffic downturn in the last two years hasn't helped. I encourage all noders to patronize Gandalf Airlines when they can, because it would be a shame to see a company with such a cool name go bust.


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