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  • Joe Breitfeller

Air Dolomiti to Launch New Service Between Munich and Aarhus Airport in Denmark From July 9, 2021

Updated: Jul 9

Air Dolomiti will launch twice weekly service on Mondays and Fridays between Munich and Aarhus Airport in Denmark starting July 9, 2021.


Air Dolomiti Embraer E-195 - Courtesy Air Dolomiti

On Thursday (July 1, 2021), Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, announced the launch of new service between Munich and Aarhus Airport, Denmark’s second largest airport. The carrier will offer service on the Munich-Aarhus route twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays from July 9, 2021. The flights will be codeshared with Lufthansa and frequent flyers will enjoy Miles & More benefits.


In Thursday’s announcement, Air Dolomiti’s President & CEO, Joerg Eberhart, said,


Air Dolomiti's Munich-Aarhus Schedule - Courtesy Air Dolomiti

“We are really pleased to start collaborating with the Aarhus Airport to build new links that will make our offer more varied and allow us to meet new passengers to whom we can offer our services. The launch of this route is intended as an encouraging sign after the difficult restart phase due to the pandemic. The new flight allows us to further strengthen the link with the Munich hub and to differentiate our offer by providing point-to-point flights from Germany to Denmark.”


Further commenting on the new service, Aarhus Airport’s CEO, Nicolai Krøyer, said,


Munich is an important destination for Aarhus Airport. There is significant trade traffic between southern Germany and mainland Denmark which we can well serve with six weekly departures. At the same time, travellers will have direct access to Lufthansa's unique Munich route network of more than 100 international destinations worldwide. In addition, Munich is a very attractive tourist destination, still relatively unknown to many Danes, but an attractive alternative to the classic European capitals for an extended weekend stay, all year round.”


VisitDenmark’s Market Director – Italy & France, Gita Scharling Sørensen, added,


“I am very happy about this new connection which will allow easy access to Aarhus from several Italian cities. Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark and is perfect for a city break. From an urban experience of design, architecture, culture and gastronomy, to an immersion in nature in the Danish lifestyle, Aarhus is a destination to be discovered in 2021, full of big and small wonders. It has the cozy atmosphere of a small town, where all the main attractions are within walking or cycling distance. But the town is also ideal for a longer stay, to explore the entire surrounding region. The new connection will also be an invitation and an opportunity for operators to develop their own programming of Denmark and offer new and exciting experiences.”


Air Dolomiti was founded in 1991 with the goal of connecting the main Italian airports to Germany, especially Munich and Frankfurt. In 2019, the airline carried over 2.5 million passengers, operating multi-day frequencies to Italian and European destinations. Air Dolomiti operates a fleet of 15 Embraer E195s and prides itself on being an efficient and reliable airline that puts customers first. The airline’s fare plan provides five different options including three economy and two business fares, which allows guests to select the set of services that best suits their needs.



Source: Air Dolomiti