Club Air is planning to base its fleet at Ancona’s Falconara Airport. The airline signed a three-year agreement with the airport’s management agency, Aerdorica, to operate 85 weekly flights from Ancona to four domestic destinations (Catania, Napoli, Roma Fiumicino, and Palermo), and eight international ones (Paris, L’viv, Sofia, Pragu, Athens, Tirana, Basel, and Pristina). Club Air will also take over management of virtual airline Evolavia, that offers low-cost flights from Ancona. In previous years, Club Air had been among the airlines operating services on behalf of Evolavia. Services are expected to begin in August, if the airline receives its AOC back from ENAC. Club Air had earlier begun operating some services by using aircraft chartered from other carriers, but have now ended those services until they are able to operate them directly.