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Lufthansa Regional

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Lufthansa Regional
IATA ICAO Callsign
Operating basesVerona, Italy
Frequent-flyer programMiles & More
AllianceStar Alliance (affiliate)
Fleet size53
Parent companyLufthansa

Lufthansa Regional is an operational entity for regional and feeder flights performed by two regional airlines owned by Lufthansa within its route network.[1] As part of Lufthansa's rebranding, the Lufthansa Regional brand name has gradually been removed from the public eye since early 2018. The repainted aircraft no longer wear Lufthansa Regional titles.


A Lufthansa CityLine Bombardier CRJ900 operated as part of Lufthansa Regional in its current livery without "Regional" titles
An Air Dolomiti Embraer E195 operating for Lufthansa Regional in its own livery

Lufthansa Regional was founded as the successor of similar Team Lufthansa, which consisted of predominantly independent airlines contracted by Lufthansa. As of January 2018, Lufthansa Regional consists of two members, Air Dolomiti and Lufthansa CityLine, which are both fully owned by Lufthansa.[1] They are based at Lufthansa's hubs at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport and carry 10.5 million passengers a year mostly to minor domestic and European destinations.

As part of Lufthansa's new corporate design introduced in early 2018, Lufthansa Regional aircraft operated by Lufthansa CityLine are also receiving the new livery with the "Lufthansa." "Regional" titles are being removed from the fuselages of Lufthansa Regional aircraft and replaced by "Lufthansa" titles.

As of March 2020, one sole route remained as operated by Air Dolomiti under the Lufthansa brand while all other of their operations are codeshared using their own brand name.[2]

Member airlines[edit]

Current members[edit]

Lufthansa Regional flights are operated by two partner airlines based at Lufthansa's hub airports in Frankfurt and Munich.

Former members[edit]


  1. ^ a b lufthansagroup.com – Lufthansa Regional Archived 2017-09-25 at the Wayback Machine retrieved 31 January 2018
  2. ^ airdolomiti.eu – Our flight destinations retrieved 29 March 2020
  3. ^ aero.de – "Lufthansa shocks Augsburg" (German) 27 October 2012
  4. ^ airliners.de – "Contact Air loses Lufthansa contract" (German) 29 November 2011
  5. ^ "Germanwings – Themen – Lufthansa Group". Archived from the original on 2013-05-27. Retrieved 2013-07-05.

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