Lufthansa Group carrier Air Dolomiti announced on Wednesday the resumption of service in Italy starting in June with flights from Florence to Catania, Palermo and Cagliari. The carrier will offer four weekly flights to Sicily and Sardinia from June 5th.
Yesterday (May 21, 2020), Air Dolomiti, the Italian Airline of the Lufthansa Group, announced the restart of service in Italy in June. From June 5, 2020, the carrier will offer four weekly frequencies from Florence to Sicily and Sardinia. The flights will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays with an 11:55 AM departure to Palermo and a 4:10 PM departure for Catania. Flights to Catania will resume on June 19, 2020 with a 12:05 PM departure four times weekly on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. In Wednesday’s announcement, Air Dolomiti’s President and CEO, Joerg Eberhart said,
“We are pleased to announce the resumption of operations and even more so to be able to offer flights connecting our country. Air Dolomiti is a very dynamic reality, and this, together with strong collaboration with the Tuscan airports, allows us to be extremely flexible: Florence is one of the strategic airports for us, here we serve the Munich and Frankfurt hubs and it is here that we decided to invest with our new maintenance center. The possibility of being able to operate with Embraer 195 and the airport’s ability to adapt quickly to the new regulations has accelerated the restart operations.”
Guests can book a flight with Air Dolomiti starting at €99 one way (taxes and surcharges included). If a customer wishes to cancel or change their flight, they may do so free of charge within seven days of departure. Customers will also receive a full refund of the cost of their tickets if they decide to cancel their flight.
Source: Air Dolomiti