Air Dolomiti celebrates 30s at Munich Airport

Embraer 195 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Embraer 195 (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Air Dolomiti celebrates 30s at Munich Airport

Embraer 195 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The Italian Lufthansa subsidiary Air Dolomiti is celebrating its 30th anniversary at Munich Airport this year. Since June 1, 1992, the carrier has been flying to Germany's second largest airport. Since then, around 29 million passengers have flown on around 580.000 flights.

In 1992, the first Munich flight landed from Venice, Italy. At that time they still flew with de Havilland Dash 8. It was the first international flight of the then still young airline. A lot has changed over the past 30 years, because now most flights depart from Germany.

Air Dolomiti has the company's largest base in Munich. The fleet consists of regional jets of the Embraer 195 type. From the Bavarian state capital, the company flies both under its own EN code and under a wet lease for the parent company Lufthansa. In the home country of Italy, a total of eleven destinations are served from Munich.

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