Milan Bergamo upcoming new airline routes

Milan Bergamo upcoming new airline routes

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A 5% year-on-year increase, year in the airport&rsquo 2019 seems set to beat 2018 as the utmost successful;s history. 19 carriers operate from the airport in S19, including Austrian low-cost carrier Lauda, and soon British Airways with a six times weekly service from London Gatwick. Sunday 25th June was also a historic day for Milan Bergamo, with 47,859 passengers passing through the airport’s doors; day in Bergamo&rsquo the busiest;s history.

2019 has seen the return of flights to Egypt also to Turkey also, both as scheduled so when charter services. Pegasus Airlines offers around 12 weekly flights to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen; with scheduled flights to Egypt served by Air Arabia Egypt, Air Albastar and Cairo. On the charter side, Marsa Alam is among the most first destination from BGY, growing 57% on the same six months of 2018.

Setting come early july from other recent successes apart, however, july and 27 October may be the upcoming temporary closure of Milan Linate Airport between 27. This can see significant volumes of traffic move from the airport to Milan Bergamo, along with existing traffic growth.

Upcoming route launches

During the coming months, several airlines are launching new destinations from Milan Bergamo, either temporarily or frequently:

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Airline Destination Start Frequency
Vueling Barcelona 24 July Four times weekly
Albastar Catania 26 July Twice-weekly
Alitalia Rome Fiumicino 27 July 28 weekly flights
Blue Panorama Airlines Kefalonia 29 July Twice-weekly
British Airways London Gatwick 1 September Six times weekly
Ryanair Marseilles 2 October Four times weekly
Ryanair Agadir 28 October Twice-weekly
Ryanair Aqaba 30 October Twice-weekly

“Year for all of us with regards to passenger numbers with 2019 already proving to be another record-breaking, and an excellent offering of new routes open to our customers come early july, our positive traffic growth trend looks set to keep,” states Giacomo Cattaneo, Director of Commercial Aviation, SACBO. “The anticipated surge in traffic from the upcoming temporary closure of Milan Linate will be a challenge, but we is pumped up about rising to the occasion and giving our brand contact with customers and airlines who might not have experienced the great service you can expect,” added Cattaneo.

Author: George Taylor

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