Historia de Blue Panorama

  • Blue Panorama Airlines was established on the 26th of December, 1998, its headquarters being located in Rome.
  • The goals of this airline are to provide scheduled and charter services to the main Italian airports, the European capitals, and the tourist resorts of the Mediterranean basin.
  • In 2010, Blue Panorama has been listed as the first leisure air carrier in Italy carrying more than 2 million passengers.
  • As of early 2012, Blue Panorama Airlines is owned by Franco Pecci, its founder, with 33.4%, and Distal & Itr Group (66.6%). Blue-express operates as its division, being a low-cost airline completely owned by Franco Pecci.
  • In April 2013, Blue Panorama launched budget flights on-route Moscow-Rome (Airport Fiumicino) twice a week.
  • The Airline connects Italy to the Caribbean blue sea of Antigua, Bahamas, Aruba, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Brazil. Others destinations are Kenya and Tanzania in Africa, and the South Eastern Asia. Actually, Blue Panorama is the only carrier to operate direct flights to Thailand. Other successful destination are Greece, Balearic Islands, and the Red Sea.
  • In November 2013, blu-express started flights from Italy to Tirana, Albania, after Belle Air ceased operations there.
  • In 2014, Blue Panorama applied for special administration, but the company business and flights remained fully operational.
  • In December 2017, the Uvet Group, an Italian leader in tourism, offering innovative services and solutions for business travel, mobility, tourism, incoming and corporate events, acquired 100% of the shares of Blue Panorama Airlines SpA. The goal is to make Blue Panorama a vertically integrated company within the Uvet Group, while also gradually expanding the fleet.
  • In June 2019, Blue Panorama Airlines acquired three Airbus A330 200 to replace its three Boeing B767-300ER aircraft operated on long-haul routes.
  • In 2019, Blue Panorama is operating a fleet of 18 aircraft, one B737-300, five B737-400s, nine B737-800s, and three B767-300ERs, on charter and scheduled passenger flights between Italy and Albania, Antigua and Barbuda, Cape Verde, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Kenya, Mexico, and Tanzania.
  • The airline was not involved in deadly incidents so far.