Air Dolomiti has made this announcement:
Air Dolomiti has made this announcement:
Air Dolomiti (Lufthansa Group) has announced the start of Bologna-Munich operations from December 8, 2014. The route will be operated as an Air Dolomiti flight.
Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Air Dolomiti’s Embraer ERJ 190-200LR (ERJ 195) I-ADJM (msn 19000258) arrives in Zurich.
Air Dolomiti (Verona), the Lufthansa Group’s Italian airline, will operate flights from Il Caravaggio International Airport in Bergamo Orio al Serio (near Milan) to Munich starting on June 2, 2014.
The new route will operate twice daily (except one flight a day on the weekends).
In other news, Air Dolomiti and Condor Flugdienst (Frankfurt) have agreed to work closely feeding Condor long-haul flights from Frankfurt and Munich from Italy according to airliners.de. Air Dolomiti operates from Ancona, Bari, Bologna, Florence, Genoa, Milan, Palermo, Pisa, Rome (Fiumicino), Turin, Trieste, Venice and Verona.
Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Air Dolomiti’s Embraer ERJ 190-200LR (ERJ 195) I-ADJS (msn 19000597) completes its final approach into the Frankfurt hub.
Air Dolomiti (Verona) today (October 26) will operate the last ATR 72 flight from the Munich hub to Trieste, Italy. Flight LH 1940 will also end an era. This is also the last turboprop flight in the Lufthansa Group per Austrian Wings.
Lufthansa ended Viscount 800 service in 1971 but in recent years has contracted with feeder airlines to operate turboprop aircraft. The turboprop aircraft have been gradually replaced with pure jet aircraft. Tonight’s last ATR 72-500 flight will be the last turboprop flight with any airline using the LH code.
Read the full story from Austrian Wings (in German): CLICK HERE
Copyright Photo: Marco Finelli/AirlinersGallery.com. ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500) I-ADLT (msn 638) prepares to land at Bologna.
Air Dolomiti (Verona) has introduced new uniforms for its cabin staff. The airline issued this statement:
Air Dolomiti has presented itsnew collection of clothing and accessories for its flight assistants. This location, truly unique due to its architectural beauty, the materials used and the elegant design, was the ideal background for the event, with a glamorous and sophisticated atmosphere.
Designed by Laura Strambi, renowned fashion designer and Director of the ‘Laura Strambi – Yoj di Milano’ line, this new collection is distinguished by its elegance, refinedness and careful choice of fabrics: thanks, in fact, to the use of natural materials, the new uniforms guarantee comfort and easy movement; the tailored jacket, the skirt and the sleek slacks are all made from pure stretch wool. The down jacket, the new element within the collection, created with wool finishes, and the waterproof cotton trench are just some of the many items now available.
The various different models are made unique by the attention to detail, which has always been the strength of the Airline, and the search for new lines which create a sophisticated and modern silhouette. The use of turquoise, the corporate colour of Air Dolomiti, combined with grey, donates elegance and refinedness, the unmistakeable traits of the Airline.
Thanks are due to the assistance of the Carmi & Ubertis agency in Milan, which specialises in the construction, communication and management of brand image, who provided key consultancy on the Air Dolomiti image, andMetiki, a company in Busto Arsizio who transformed the precious fabrics into elegant uniforms.
The presentation also revealed for the first time the new in-flight service (available in a few weeks’ time) created with the assistance of Carlo Giannini, leader in the kitchen article sector, and the graphics agency SDB.
Laura Strambi has infused the new uniforms with her delicate taste and unmistakeable style, creating clothing items with a sharp, elegant and modern design.
Copyright Photos: Air Dolomiti.
Routes from the Munich hub of Lufthansa:
Air Dolomiti (Verona and Munich) is facing a four-hour strike strike on May 29 by its pilots, belonging to Ugl Trasporti Union.
Copyright Photo: Andi Hiltl/AirlinersGallery.com. ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500) I-ADLJ (msn 686) approaches Zurich for landing.
Air Dolomiti (Verona and Munich) intends to phase out its 10 remaining ATR 72-500s by November 2013 per Le Journal de l’Aviation. The carrier will be adding more Embraer ERJ 195s to replace the turboprops. Parent Lufthansa wants to phase out the use of turboprops.
Read the full report (in French): CLICK HERE
Copyright Photo: Rolf Wallner. ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500) I-ADCC (msn 662) taxies at Zurich.