Lufthansa is ending turboprop services Oct. 26 with Italian subsidiary Air Dolomiti’s final ATR 72-500 flight from Munich to Triest, Italy, as the German-based carrier moves ahead with its restructuring program SCORE. Lufthansa said it is important to consolidate its European fleet. Lufthansa regional carriers will operate Embraer E-190/195s and Bombardier CRJ700/900s. Also leaving the Group are five Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s, operated by regional partner Augsburg Airways, which is ...

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