Air Dolomiti is reducing the frequencies in Graz, Innsbruck and Linz

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

Air Dolomiti is reducing the frequencies in Graz, Innsbruck and Linz

Embraer 195 (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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In September 2022, the airline Air Dolomiti will reduce frequencies on numerous routes compared to the original plan. The connections from Frankfurt to Linz, Graz and Innsbruck are also affected.

Actually, the Italian Lufthansa subsidiary wanted to offer a total of 2022 rotations between the state capital of Styria and Frankfurt am Main in September 60. In the meantime, the flight schedule has been cut to 47 rotations.

A similar picture can also be seen in Innsbruck, because the original 90 flight pairs have now only become 76. In Upper Austria, the number of rotations has been reduced from 71 to 63. The cuts in Linz are therefore lower than in Graz and Innsbruck.

Air Dolomiti not only withdraws offers in Germany-Austria traffic. From Frankfurt am Main, the frequencies are also reversed in the direction of Florence, Kalmar, Turin and Verona. From Munich there are cuts on the following routes: Bologna, Milan-Malpensa, Olbia, Turin and Verona.

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