Aviation Services S.p.A.

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Aviation Services was founded in 1995 by Meridiana S.p.A. which owned 51% of share capital. and the other shareholder was Aviation Management International Srl. In 2006 Meridiana sells all its capital and nowadays, the Company, is fully owned by Aviation Services International S.r.l.

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