Air Dolomiti connects Cuneo with Munich

Embraer 195 (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).
Embraer 195 (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).

Air Dolomiti connects Cuneo with Munich

Embraer 195 (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).
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The Italian branch of the Lufthansa Group completed its maiden flight on the Cuneo-Munich route yesterday.

For the inauguration of the new flight connection, Air Dolomiti was welcomed by representatives from Cuneo-Levaldigi Airport, and the crew was also welcomed with a traditional water bow ceremony. In codeshare with Lufthansa, the company will operate two weekly frequencies for the months of June, July and August - always on Mondays and Fridays.

"With the flights from Cuneo we are expanding our offer at the Munich hub", says Paolo Sgaramella, Air Dolomiti Vice President Commercial. “We are therefore resuming our activities and offering new connections from airports that we have not previously served. This is a positive sign and an excellent opportunity for passengers who can benefit from the new direct connection to Bavaria, but can also reach other destinations thanks to the many connections that Lufthansa offers ”. 

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