Air Dolomiti President and CEO Michael Kraus expects a stable ride through the current aviation downturn and intends to play a key role in supporting Lufthansa's new Milan Malpensa subsidiary by connecting the airport with regional destinations in the south or on certain islands. "Of course we also benefit from the weakness of Alitalia, but Italy offers a lot of opportunities for aviation thanks to its geography," Kraus said, adding that 92% of all intercontinental passengers from west of ...

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