Showing posts with label Air Dolomiti. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Air Dolomiti. Show all posts

06 September, 2022

Heavenly aroma's for Air Dolomiti revitalisation project......

Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, is revitalising its business class with the installation of espresso coffee machines on board and the proposal of a new ceramics service.

Passengers will thus be able to enjoy the heavenly aroma and taste of a real espresso coffee even while flying: Air Dolomiti is the first Italian carrier to offer this exclusive in-flight service!

The coffee machines boast reduced weight, ease of use and optimised energy efficiency to allow the preparation, during flight, of an espresso with a rich, full-bodied flavour that reflects the Italian tradition of good coffee.

Air Dolomiti has chosen Caffè Illy, an industry stand-out, which combines nine different Arabica blends selected from the world's best coffee harvests.

Espresso coffee will be available to all business class passengers and, for a fee, also to economy class guests.

Offering espresso coffee is just one step on the path to renewing the onboard service. The project, which began last year with the introduction of new seats, is now complete with a modern ceramic service for Business Class: a delicate fusion of the pearly white of the porcelain and the lively spirit of the turquoise diamond logo that echoes the colours of the livery.

23 December, 2020

Air Dolomiti obtains certification ISO 14001

Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline of the Lufthansa Group, has received ISO 14001:2015 certification issued by the DNV GL team, one of the world's leading certification bodies. 

After the confirmation of the renewal of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO / IEC 27001:2017 few weeks ago, the company strengthens its commitment to the environmental management system by analyzing internal processes in order to keep under control the environmental impacts of its activities. This translates into a careful and strict control function on environmental performance, with a view to continuous improvement.

Massimo Alvaro, Managing Director Italy & Adriatics of DNV GL explains "Our audits have given a fully positive result, with the satisfaction of all the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard. A demonstration of Air Dolomiti's commitment to the continuous improvement of its environmental performance".

31 May, 2020

Lufthansa Group significantly extends June timetable

Over 2,000 weekly frequencies to connections to more than 130 destinations worldwide
Lufthansa: 34 additional destinations from Munich, 20 from Frankfurt in the flight programme
Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Air Dolomiti resume flight operations
The airlines in the Lufthansa Group are significantly expanding their services in the second half of June compared with the previous weeks. As in the first half of June, the focus will be on summer tourist destinations. The aim is to make as many destinations as possible accessible for holidaymakers and business travellers and thus expand the European and intercontinental network for holidaymakers and business travellers.

Starting from June15th, Lufthansa alone will be resuming around 20 German and European destinations from Frankfurt and as many as 34 from Munich, thus supplementing the airline's flight schedule, which has been growing steadily for a few weeks. These include attractive holiday destinations as Dubrovnik, Faro, Venice, Ibiza and Malaga from Frankfurt. Additionally, Porto, Split, Cyprus, Biarritz and Agadir and many more from Munich. Furthermore, the weekly accessibility of already existing and highly demanded destinations, such as Mallorca or Sylt, will be increased. As a result, Lufthansa's flight schedule will grow from around 500 to almost 900 weekly connections at the Frankfurt and Munich hubs during the course of June.

11 January, 2019

Air Dolomiti launches the new livery

Under the sign of its growth plan for 2019, Air Dolomiti, the Italian airline in the Lufthansa Group, unveiled its new livery earlier this week at the Catullo airport of Verona. 

The new aircraft takes off with an
exclusive flight in the skies over Verona

The first Air Dolomiti aircraft, painted in England, has a simple, modern and elegant design that launches the revamped image with a total white style intended to bring out the turquoise colour of the tail fin, where the diamond triumphs in all its splendour.