|Operating bases||Olbia, Italy|
|Company slogan||Alisarda - Linee Aeree della Sardegna|
Alisarda was founded in March 1963 as an air taxi and general charter company and began operations that year. Scheduled flights began on 1 June 1966 and the airline used Nord 262 aircraft between Olbia and Rome. These were replaced in 1969 by the Fokker F27 Friendship and with those aircraft, routes to Pisa, Bologna and Cagliari were commenced.
The next aircraft type to be introduced was the Douglas DC-9-14 twin-jet airliner with which charter flights to Germany were started. By 1975 the fleet was wholly composed of DC-9s. In the early 1980s it was an associate company of Consorzio Della Costa Smeralda in which Prince Karim Aga Khan had a majority shareholding.
- 2 - Douglas DC-9-14
- 2 - Douglas DC-9-32
- 10 - Douglas DC-9-51
- 7 - McDonnell Douglas MD-82
- 2 - Fokker F27 "Friendship"
- 1 - Fokker F28 "Fellowship"
- 1 - Sud SE-210 Caravelle VR
An Alisarda DC-9 on arrival at Pisa Airport in 1974.
Fokker F-27 I-SARK
Alisarda DC-9 I-SARV
Fokker F-27 I-SARO
- Endres, Gunter G (1982). World Airline Fleets 1983. Feltham: The Aviation Data Centre. p. 207. ISBN 0946141029.
- Hengi, B.I. (2000). Airlines Remembered: Over 200 Airlines of the Past, Described and Illustrated in Colour. Midland. ISBN 9781857800913.
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