Lufthansa’s Italian subsidiary Air Dolomiti now serves Swiss’ hub in Zurich from Verona with 11 weekly flights. Welcoming the crew operating the first flight were Zurich Airport’s Marco Schärli, Specialist Aviation Analysis & Research, and Natalie Zalan, Manager Airline Affairs.
- Air Dolomiti, Lufthansa’s Italian subsidiary, launched two new international routes on 2 July. From Verona (VRN) in the north of the country, the airline now flies 11 times weekly to Zurich (ZRH) in Switzerland, the hub of fellow Lufthansa Group airline Swiss. Air Dolomiti uses 64-seat ATR72 aircraft on the route. The same day, the airline launched a seasonal service from the Italian capital airport Rome Fiumicino (FCO) to Nîmes (FNI) in southern France. Flights operate twice-weekly with 116-seat E-195 aircraft until 7 September. This makes Air Dolomiti the third airline to serve Nimes after Ryanair and Iberia.