Air Dolomiti has unveiled a refreshed business class featuring espresso coffee and new ceramic service.
Air Dolomiti has selected Caffe Illy which combines nine different Arabica blends.
Espresso coffee will be available for all business class passengers and for a fee for economy passengers.
The airline states;
“In Business Class, you can now find new elegant crockery accompanied by steel cutlery and sophisticated glassware. We’ve also chosen to bring real, authentic Italian espresso to high altitudes with Illy Caffe.”
Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline company of Lufthansa Group, is growing again.
Two Embraer 195s have been confirmed and will arrive in the coming weeks. With the registrations of I-JENB and I-ADJZ.
The jets add to the 15 already in the fleet, bringing the number to a total of 17: a positive sign that shows a new opening to the European market. The planes, arriving in March and May, will operate the routes to Frankfurt and Munich, international hubs that offer a wide range of destinations around the world.
Since 1991 to date, Air Dolomiti has shown itself to be attentive to the continuous renewal of itsfleet, with constant improvements to the on board services responding to the most demanding passenger requests. Moreover, the refurbishment of all the interiors of the 15 E195s is underway, as well as a change in the internal configuration that will bring each aircraft to 122 seats. The seats of the two coming planes will also be replaced at the end of this year.
Top Copyright Photo: Air Dolomiti Embraer ERJ ERJ 190-200LR (ERJ 195) I-ADJK (msn 19000245) ZRH (Rolf Wallner). Image: 945689.
Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, has announced new destinations departing from its Frankfurt hub.
Starting on September 19, 2021, five weekly frequencies will be operative, connecting the German city with Sweden with a flight to Ronneby Airport and from there continuing to the city of Kalmar, capital of the county of the same name.
Italian passengers will be able to reach the new destinations from the Frankfurt hub, which Air Dolomiti serves from several airports in Italy.
Kalmar is one of the oldest and most important cities in Sweden, rich in history and traditions, as evidenced by the beautiful cathedral and the majestic Renaissance castle. The main road leading to the island of Oland passes through here, crossing one of the longest bridges in Europe.
Ronneby is located in the southern part of Sweden where there are numerous companies with international trade links. It is part of the Blekinge Region, a beautiful area to explore and close to many destinations.
Ronneby Airport is part of the Swedavia Group, which operates ten Swedish airports.
The flight will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays with the 120-seat Embraer 195. Below is the operating schedule:
Frankfurt – Kalmar (via Ronneby):
– Departure from Frankfurt at 12:00 – arrival in Ronneby at 13:35 and in Kalmar at 14:50.
Ronneby – Frankfurt (via Kalmar):
– Departure from Ronneby at 14:20 and from Kalmar at 15:35, arrival in Frankfurt at 17:25.
In other news, the company is launching a new route connectin Milan (Linate) with the Munich hub.
Top Copyright Photo: Air Dolomiti Embraer ERJ 190-200LR (ERJ 195) I-ADJM (msn 19000258) ZRH (Rolf Wallner). Image: 951204.
Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of Lufthansa Group, has announced a new destination departing from the Munich hub. Starting March 29, 2021, three flights a week will connect the German city to the Danish airport of Aarhus, the second most important after Copenhagen.
The flights operated in codeshare with Lufthansa and active on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays, can be purchased on the company’s website and will have the following timetables:
Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, announces two new destinations departing from Verona from July 30 and 31, 2020 in collaboration with Valerio Catullo Airport.
In addition to the resumption of flights at the Frankfurt hub, Berlin and Düsseldorf will also join forces shortly. An opportunity not only for Verona residents who want to move to destinations further north, but also for German citizens who want to visit Verona.
Starting from July 30:
EN 1501 Verona – Berlin 11:15 – 12:55 operated on Thursday, Friday and Sunday
EN 1502 Berlin – Verona 13:40 – 15:25 operated on Thursday, Friday and Sunday
From July 31:
EN 1507 Verona – Düsseldorf 16:25 – 18:00 operated on Friday and Sunday
EN 1508 Düsseldorf – Verona 18:45 – 20:15 operated on Friday and Sunday
“We are very pleased to collaborate once again with Verona airport. In all these years a strong synergistic bond has been established, which has allowed us to offer passengers new services all the time. The start of these two routes is meant to be an encouraging signal after the difficult phase of the departure due to the pandemic, also for all those activities that have suffered due to the lack of incoming tourism. It is a pleasure for us to be able to differentiate the offer by guaranteeing point-to-point flights as well as connections with the main Lufthansa hubs,” said Joerg Eberhart, President & CEO of Air Dolomiti.
“We are particularly pleased to announce the direct flights to Berlin and Düsseldorf, which further strengthen the commercial offer of Air Dolomiti, strategic partner for Catullo, at Verona airport. The two new routes respond in a concrete way to the strong demand for both inbound and outbound tourism connections between Italy and Germany, for which our territory is a reference market” declared Camillo Bozzolo, Aviation Sales Director of SAVE Group.
After more than two months of lockdown, connections between Italian cities and German hubs resume.
The Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group restarts operations and confirms flights from Italian cities to Munich and Frankfurt am Main.
A partial resumption of operations to Germany with more weekly frequencies is scheduled for June 15. Air Dolomiti will guarantee flights from Florence, Venice and Turin to Munich and from Verona and Turin to Frankfurt.
The Company will also operate flights from Venice and Bologna to Frankfurt on behalf of Lufthansa. The latter two will be added to the route Milan Malpensa-Frankfurt, which has also been active in the past months to guarantee a minimum service between Italy and Germany.
Air Dolomiti’s project is to increase the frequencies and destinations week after week in order to progressively return to normal, gradually taking all the necessary steps to operate in complete safety.
“It will be a semblance of semi-normality and we will be able to start seeing our turquoise diamond in the European skies more often again,” said Joerg Eberhart, President and CEO of Air Dolomiti. “During the lockdown it was not easy to see our aircraft lined up on the apron, but we never lost hope. Last week we were pleased to inaugurate the first domestic flights over Sicily from Florence airport. Today we are pleased to see our tails on the runway ready to take off for the German hubs“.
Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, restarts from Italy and announces the resumption of flights with connections from Florence Airport to Catania, Palermo and Cagliari.
After a long lockdown, citizens will be able to return to fly freely to the major islands.
As of June 5, the airline will offer four weekly frequencies to Sicily and Sardinia from Florence Airport. Flights will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays departing from Florence at 11:55 a.m. to Palermo and at 4:10 p.m. to Catania.
The connections to Cagliari will be operative from June 19 at 12:05, four times a week on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
“We are pleased to announce the resumption of operations and even more so to be able to offer flights connecting our country. Air Dolomiti is a very dynamic reality and this, together with the strong collaboration with the Tuscan airports, allows us to be extremely flexible: Florence is one of the strategic airports for us, here we serve the Munich and Frankfurt hubs and it is here that we decided to invest with our new maintenance centre. The possibility of being able to operate with Embraer 195 and the airport’s ability to adapt quickly to the new regulations has accelerated the restart operations.” Says Joerg Eberhart, President & CEO of Air Dolomiti.
In recent months the Company has taken steps to repatriate Italian citizens from abroad and has guaranteed a bridge with Germany thanks to the connection to the Frankfurt hub from Milan Malpensa.
Air Dolomiti temporarily suspends its flight plan until April 19, 2020
Due to the increasing limits imposed on travel and the consequent decrease in demand for air travel in Italy and Europe, Air Dolomiti is forced to temporarily suspend its flight plan from March 18 until April 19, 2020.
In view of the exceptional circumstances caused by the spread of the Coronavirus, the carrier aligns itself with the measures already taken by some other airlines of the Lufthansa Group to which it belongs.