Air Dolomiti flies from Milan Linate to Munich

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

Air Dolomiti flies from Milan Linate to Munich

Embraer 195 (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).
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 From June 7th, the airline will connect the Milan airport with the German hub twice a day.

The flights with the Embraer 195 are operated from Monday to Sunday in codeshare with Lufthansa and take place at 08:10 and 16:50 from Munich and at 10:00 and 18:40 from Milan Linate. “Munich will be easy to reach with our daily frequencies. In this way, all passengers in the Milan catchment area can be connected to a strategic hub and take advantage of the Lufthansa Group's international network, ”said Jörg Eberhart, President and CEO of Air Dolomiti.

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