Orio al Serio Airport: Eight new routes to start winter

The winter flight schedule, which comes into effect on Sunday 31 October, offers the widest network of connections ever at Milan Bergamo Airport, A total of 114 destinations in 39 countries.. Sacco explains this in a memo released in the early afternoon of Saturday, October 23. “An offer that reflects the confidence placed by the 16 airlines that operate scheduled flights from Milan-Bergamo in the winter season, In the continuation of the ongoing traffic recovery trend at the airport, where 70% of passenger traffic was exceeded compared to 2019».

Contributing to further recovery will be the opening of the first 8 new tracks, coinciding with the start of the winter schedule. The first four flights on Sunday 31 October, when Ryanair will open flights to Düsseldorf Weeze, Helsinki and Birmingham, while easyJet will start connecting with London Gatwick, An important contact center with both the city and destinations in the UK, and with the international network of London Airport.

On November 1, Ryanair will introduce two more routes: Liverpool, which has always been one of the most attractive cities in the UK; Toulouse, the capital of Occitanie in France, known as the Pink City because of the dominant color of its ancient buildings and home to important industrial centres.

On November 2, the connection to Paris Orly Airport, operated by Vueling, will open, along with a Ryanair flight to Stockholm Arlanda., which will enhance the offer to the French capital at Milan Bergamo Airport, which is already served by EasyJet flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle and Ryanair to Paris Beauvais.

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To complete the news of the winter season from Milan Bergamo, the arrival of the Eurowings that will fly from November 4 at the main Dusseldorf airport, the hub of the Lufthansa group of which the airline is a part. Düsseldorf, one of the major destinations of the economic and financial world, has also been rediscovered in the form of a city break.

We then move on to December 3, when Ryanair’s flight to Banja Luka, the welcoming mega-city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is scheduled to begin.It is located 159 km from Sarajevo.

On January 5, 2022, there will be the first appearance of the Norwegian airline Flyr in Milan-Bergamo, which will serve to connect to Oslo-Gardermoen Airport..

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