Air Dolomiti presented its new aircraft livery at the Catullo airport in Verona. The plane, painted in England, shows a simple, modern and elegant design that renews its image with a total white style, aimed at enhancing the turquoise diamond logo on the tail.
On the belly of the fuselage of the aircraft, the motto: Ad Astra, part of the Latin phrase aspera ad astra, or “through the asperity up to the stars”: a tribute to travelers and lovers of flight.
With these intriguing words, the airline wants to wish its passengers a safe trip, whatever the selected destination or the reason for their travel.
The message of President Joerg Eberhart:
“This is how Air Dolomiti’s renovation program proceeds, with the new image that projects to the future but at the same time preserve its values.A further goal has been reached today and this makes us very proud – seeing how the livery is refreshed again, without being distorted, makes me think of our company, whose Italian soul will always remain strong, while its body is transformed to align itself with the modern times.”
Air Dolomiti has planned the introduction of new aircraft (it currently has 12 operational ones), that will bring the fleet to a total of 26 planes. The arrival of new aircraft will take place gradually from this year until 2023.