Sergio Boscarol appointed as Chief Human Resources and Organisation Officer

Olbia, March 14th 2019 - Air Italy is delighted to announce that Sergio Boscarol has been appointed as Chief Human Resources and Organisation Officer for Air Italy with immediate effect.

Mr Boscarol brings with him more than 20 years’ experience as a human resources and organisation professional from multiple industry segments, including most recently as Head of Corporate and Commercial HR at Alitalia.

In his new role, Mr Boscarol will have responsibility for Air Italy’s company organisation, including refining the structure, procedures and training of staff to match the ongoing development of the new business plan, as well responsibility for the implementation of a new leadership and performance management model to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the company structure.

Air Italy Chief Operating Officer Rossen Dimitrov said: "Sergio joins us at a key time in the evolution of Air Italy. Following the development of the foundations of the new business, our HR and organisation function will now be consolidated and scaled under his leadership to match our growth and business expectations.

“Sergio’s broad cross-sector experience as well as his time spent in the airline and travel segments have provided him with the necessary valuable experience that we will now draw upon as he and his team help support our business growth.

"I look forward to working with Sergio, and I warmly welcome him to the new Air Italy team.”

Mr Boscarol joins Air Italy from Alitalia where he most recently headed Development, Compensation and International HR, and previously Corporate and Commercial HR. Mr Boscarol has also spent time with Ferrero, BAT, Expedia and Avis Budget Group in a series of progressive leadership roles during his HR career.

About Air Italy


Air Italy is an Italian airline fully owned by AQA Holding (51% Alisarda and 49% Qatar Airways), with its headquarters in Olbia and main operating base in Milan Malpensa.

In March 2018 the Company started operation as Air Italy.

Beginning in May 2018, Air Italy added new domestic routes from Milan to Rome, Naples, Palermo, Catania, Lamezia Terme and Cagliari (March 2019) all scheduled for connection to its newest long-range destinations including New York, Miami, Bangkok, Delhi, Los Angeles and San Francisco (April 2019), Toronto (May 2019).

Its network also includes direct international flights from Milan Malpensa to Accra, Cairo, Dakar, Lagos, Sharm El-Sheikh, and, from its Olbia Costa Smeralda hub, year-round scheduled services to Rome, Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa and Bologna and seasonal ones to a wide range of domestic and regional destinations.

Air Italy’s fleet is currently comprised of three Boeing 737 MAX, five Boeing 737 NG, five Airbus A330.