The network of routes
For THE 2021/22 WINTER SEASON
From Milan Bergamo you fly to 114 destinations in 39 countries
The winter schedule provide Milan Bergamo Airport with the widest ranging network of routes ever. It is an offer that reflects the optimism demonstrated by the airlines, 16 of which operating scheduled flights from Milan Bergamo Airport during the winter season, that the recovery of air traffic currently being witnessed at the airport - with more than 70% of 2019 traffic reached so far - will continue.
A contribution to further recovery is provided by the opening of the first 8 new routes at the beginning of the winter season. The first four take off on Sunday 31 October, with Ryanair inaugurating flights to Düsseldorf Weeze, Helsinki and Birmingham, and easyJet opening the route to and from London Gatwick, an important hub connecting both the City and other destinations in the UK, as well as the London airport’s international network.
easyjet at Milan Bergamo Airport. Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
On 1 November, Ryanair introduced another two routes: Liverpool, which has always been one of the most popular destinations in the United Kingdom, and Toulouse, the Capital of the Occitane region of France and known as the Pink City for the dominant colour of the period buildings, as well as for being the home of important industrial organisations.
As well as the Ryanair flight to Stockholm Arlanda, 2 November was inaugurated the flight for the route connecting to Paris Orly airport and operated by Vueling, further bolstering availability for the French capital offered by Milan Bergamo Airport alongside routes operated by easyJet for Paris Charles de Gaulle and Ryanair for Paris Beauvais.
Inauguration of the Vueling flight to Paris Orly. Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Another new feature of the winter season from Milan Bergamo Airport is the arrival of Eurowings, which from 4 November will be providing connections to the main airport of Düsseldorf, the hub of the Lufthansa group to which the airline belongs. One of the main destinations in the economic and financial world, Düsseldorf has also been re-discovered as a city-break destination.
Inauguration of the Eurowings flight to Düsseldorf. Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
The next important date is 3 December, with the opening of Ryanair flights to Banja Luka, the welcoming monumental city in Bosnia Herzegovina situated 159 km from Sarajevo.
5 January 2022 will see the debut at Milan Bergamo Airport of the new Norwegian airline Flyr, which will be operating the route connecting to Oslo-Gardermoen airport.
THE AIRLINES THAT FLY FROM BGY
easyjet Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Colin_Peachey / Depositphotos
EasyJet inaugurates the connection between BGY and London Gatwick. Video: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Eurowings Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Eurowings inaugurates the flight between BGY and Dusseldorf. Video: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
HiSky is a Moldovan airline based in Chișinău in Moldova and is a 100% privately held company. HiSky airline was certified in Romania and the Republic of Moldova as a Moldovan Air Operator in January 2021 and as a European Air Operator in December 2020.
HiSky Photo: © HiSky Press Office.
Vueling Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Vueling inaugurates the flight between BGY and Paris Orly. Video: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Ryanair is an Irish airline with headquartered in Dublin. Ryanair was founded in 1985 by businessman Tony Ryan. In 1991, Michael O'Leary got the job of restructuring the company by adopting the economic model "low fares/no frills ".
Ryanair operating at the European level more than 2,400 daily flights (more than 139 million per year) from 79 bases, connecting over 200 destinations in 40 countries, operating by a fleet of 470 Boeing 737-800 with orders for an additional 210 Boeing 737 aircraft and 135 Boeing 737 MAX 200s, and options for 75 more MAX 200s, which will enable Ryanair to carry 200 million passengers p.a. by fiscal year 2025.
Ryanair Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Michele Capelli / Shutterstock
Flights from BGY
|Agadir||Alicante||Amburgo||Amman||Aqaba||Athene||Banja Luka||Barcelona (BCN)|
|Budapest||Cologne/Bonn||Copenhagen||Dublin||Dusseldorf (Weeze)||East Midlands||Edinburgh||Eindhoven|
|Kharkiv||Knock||Kraków||Kyiv (Boryspil)||Lanzarote||Lappeenranta||Las Palmas||Lisbon|
|Manchester||Marrakech||Marseilles||Nis||Odesa||Oradea||Oslo (Torp)||Palma de Mallorca|
|Paphos||Paris (Beauvais)||Porto||Poznan||Prague||Riga||Santander||Santiago de Compostela|
|Seville||Sofia||Stockholm (Arlanda)||Suceava||Tallinn||Tangier||Tel Aviv||Tenerife (Sur)|
Wizz Air Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Markus Mainka / Shutterstock
Wizz Air was founded in 2003 by professionals in the field and József Váradi, president of the company. The first flight took off in 2004 from Katowice, in Poland.
Wizz Air airline offers low cost flights to European destinations from several major and minor airports in Central and Eastern Europe.
Flights from BGY
Milan Bergamo Airport | Departure from Wizzair to Sofia. Video: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport
Neos is an Italian airline owned by Alpitour SpA. Established in 2001, Neos began flying in 2002 after obtaining the Certificate of Air Operator from the National Agency for Civil Aviation (ENAC).
Neos Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Michele Capelli / Shutterstock
Pegasus Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / cesc_assawin / Shutterstock
Pegasus opera nel settore aereo da oltre 20 anni ed è la maggiore compagnia aerea privata della Turchia. Pegasus Airlines, fondata a Istanbul nel 1990 come società mista partecipata da Aer Lingus, Silkar Investments e Net Holding è stata poi acquisita da Esas Holding nel 2005.
Flights from BGY
|Istanbul (Sabiha Gökcen SAW)|
Blue Air Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / SpaceKris / Shutterstock
Blue Air is the first Romanian low-cost airline with 100% private capital that started flying in 2004 from the city of Bucharest. In 2018, the company was modified and also changed its legal name to Blue Air Aviation SA.
Flights from BGY
AIR ARABIA EGYPT
Air Arabia Egypt is an airlines of the Air Arabia Group and is an Egyptian low-cost airline with headquarter in Alexandria. The company of Air Arabia Egypt is ajoint venture between Air Arabia and the Travco Group, the Middle East’s largest travel and hospitality group, and is based in Alexandria Burj Al Arab Airport.
Air Aabia Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Santi Rodriguez / Shutterstock
Air Arabia Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
AIR ARABIA maroc
Air Arabia Maroc is a low cost airline based in Mohamed V Airport of Casablanca in Morocco. Air Arabia Maroc was founded in 2009 by the Arab airline Air Arabia and a group of Moroccan investors to offer flights to Morocco, North Africa and Europe.
Flights from BGY
Milan Bergamo Airport | Air Arabia Video: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Air Albania was founded in 2018 in Tirana and is the flag carrier airline of Albania. Its headquarters are in Rinas in Albania and its hub is located in Tirana Nënë Tereza International Airport.
Flights from BGY
Air Albania Photo: Copyright © Air Albania.
Note for readers
Information on scheduled flights from Milan Bergamo Airport is updated on the publication date of this issue of the magazine. For flight information in real time, we recommend to visit the websites of the airlines and of the departure and arrival airports.
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Avion Tourism Magazine N75/2021 Special Edition for Milan Bergamo Airport
Issue closed by Editorial Staff on 18 November 2021.
Editor in chief: Angela Trivigno. Contributors: Angela Trivigno. Collaboratori: Alisè Vitri, Anna Glik, Enzo Cuppatri, Eugenio Sorrentino, Isabella Duse, Lisa Maria River, Luca Lembi, Maria Salini, Nicolò Villa. Translations: Juliet Halewood. Cover photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com Snc / Jovannig / Depositphotos.com. Photographs Archive of Sisterscom.com Snc. Images used with purchased license. Copyright © Sisterscom.com Snc / Shutterstock.com and Depositphotos.com (Photo for editorial use only: Copyright © Sisterscom.com Snc / Photographers specified under each published photo / Shutterstock.com / Depositphotos.com). Press Office: Tourism boards indicated in the published tourist destinations; Euroitalia Srl; Pressjam; Sacbo S.p.A.; VideoPr Srl-Lulop.com. Avion Tourism Magazine Special Edition for Milan Bergamo Airport N.75/2021: issue closed by Editorial Staff on 18/11/2021 and published on www.aviontourism.com Registration: Registered at Bergamo Law Court N.1 of 09/01/2003 and N.9/2019 of 03/07/2019. Periodicity: semiannual. Publisher, Editing, Administration and Advertising: Sisterscom.com Snc - Via Piave, 102 - 23879 Verderio (Lc) - Italy. P.Iva/C.F. 03248170163 - Registro delle Imprese di Lecco Numero LC-304260. Literary and artistic property: Copyright © Sisterscom.com Snc. All rights reserved. Reproduction prohibited in any form and medium.