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Air Dolomiti Welcomes Two Additional Embraer E195s

Air Dolomiti will receive two Embraer E195s from Lufthansa City Line, expanding their fleet to 17 aircraft. The aircraft, registrations I-JENB and I-ADJZ, will be arriving in March and May and will operate on routes to Frankfurt and Munich.

Air Dolomiti Embraer E195 - Courtesy Air Dolomiti

On Wednesday (March 2, 2022), Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, announced the expansion of their fleet to 17 aircraft with the addition of two Embraer E195s from Lufthansa City Line. The aircraft, registrations I-JENB and I-ADJZ, will arrive in March and May and will be deployed on routes to Frankfurt and Munich, where travelers can enjoy seamless connections to destinations around the world. As the European market continues to recover post-pandemic, the added capacity will allow Air Dolomiti to expand and enrich their network.

In Wednesday’s announcment, Air Dolomiti’s CEO, Steffen Harbarth, said,

“The arrival of these Embraers is a great accomplishment for us. The aircraft coming from Lufthansa City Line are proof of the existing synergy within the Group and between our two companies which have always shared the same values such as punctuality, reliability and attentions to passengers. Two new aircraft do not only represent a recovery, but also translate into new confidence towards this 2022, which we hope will consolidate the restart phase we have seen in the second half of the year just ended.”

Currently, all of Air Dolomiti’s Embraer E195s are undergoing a cabin refresh, including a reconfiguration to accommodate 122 guests. The two additional aircraft from Lufthansa City Line will also have their seats replaced by the end of 2022.

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 (growing to 17 by May 2022) 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


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