Air Nostrum

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Air Nostrum was born in Valencia in 1994 with the aim of becoming the regional airline of reference in southern Europe. Today, with 77,000 flights and 4.2 million passengers per year, Air Nostrum is the leading regional aviation company in Spain and one of the largest European airlines in its class. Privately owned, it operates for the Iberia Group under the Iberia Regional Air Nostrum brand, more than 200 daily flights from or to about 60 airports in 7 countries in Europe and North Africa, invoicing more than 400 million euros per year and has about 1,400 employees.

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