Meridiana Fly MD82. Courtesy, Meridiana Fly Italian carrier Meridiana Fly, which had its license downgraded by Italian civil aviation authority ENAC this week, said it will continue normal flight operations. A new provisory license, issued because of the airline’s financial difficulties, expires in one year. Meridiana S.p.A., which merged with Air Italy in 2011, reacted swiftly to the license downgrade by replacing CEO Giuseppe Gentile with controlling stakeholder Aga Khan ...

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