CONNECTIONS FOR THE WINTER SEASON 2022/23
From Milan Bergamo Airport flights leave for 115 destinations in 39 countries
The winter flight timetable presents a wide-ranging network of flights to 115 destinations. This travel offer reflects the confidence of the airlines (16 scheduled airlines operate out of Milan Bergamo) in the Winter 2022/23 season and in the continuation of the traffic recovery trend currently underway at the airport, where passenger movements exceeded 70% of the figures for 2019.
Among the latest news, on 14th November the airline Aeroitalia will begin operating flights to Rome (Fiumicino), Catania and Bacău in Romania, instead, from 5 December flies to London (Heathrow), flying with 189-seat B737-800 aircraft. While, on 7th December Air Arabia will inaugurate a new connection to Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.
We would also like to remind readers that at the end of March Transavia began operating a new flight to Rotterdam in the Netherlands, while in February the new Norwegian airline Flyr inaugurated a flight to Oslo (Gardermoen Airport), and in November 2021 Eurowings began flying to Düsseldorf (DUS International Airport), complementing the flight already operated by Ryanair (Düsseldorf Weeze Airport). These flights also continue during Winter 2022/23.
Ryanair is also offering new destinations such as Funchal in Portugal (flight in operation since March), Karlsrue - Baden Baden in Germany, Lodz in Poland, Newcastle in Tyne and Wear, a few kilometres from England’s east coast (flight in operation since March) and Zagreb in Croatia.
Lastly, remaining in operation are the flights to Paris (Orly Airport) operated by Vueling and by EasyJet (Charles de Gaulle Airport), which also flies to London (Gatwick Airport). These complement the flights operated by Ryanair to the airports of Paris Beauvais and London Stansted.
THE AIRLINES THAT FLY FROM BGY
AeroItalia. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Depositphotos
Aeroitalia began flight operations in 2022 and its headquarters are located in Rome while the hub is in Forlì.
Aeroitalia airline operates charter and regional scheduled routes to destinations in Italy and Europe with a fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft (with 189 seats in economy class).
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 UAE
Air Arabia is the Middle East and North Africa's first and largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC). Air Arabia fly to destinations in Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe.
Flights from BGY
Air Aabia UAE. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Santi Rodriguez / Shutterstock
Albawings. Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
easyjet Photo: Copyright © Milan Bergamo Airport.
Eurowings. Photo: 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: © Uficio stampa HiSky.
Skyscanner allows you to search the flights of different airlines easily and quickly for any destination. The search engine compares the flight prices and offers the possibility to choose even the carriers that sell flexible air tickets. On the site you can compare all available flights in real time and find the best prices among millions of flights, without commissions or additional costs. Eco-sustainable airlines can also be selected to choose only flights with reduced CO2 emissions.
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 / Depositphotos
Pegasus has been flying for 20 years and is Turkey's private airline. Pegasus was founded in Istanbul in 1990 as a joint venture with Aer Lingus, Silkar Investments and Net Holding. Pegasus' first low-cost flight took off in 1990 and, in 2005, the company was acquired by Esas Holding.
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 Holdings Plc, the largest European air group, is the company of Buzz, Malta Air, Lauda, and Ryanair. The group carries 165 million passengers p.a. on over 2,500 daily flights from 88 bases, connecting about 230 destinations in 36 countries.
Ryanair. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Depositphotos
Flights from BGY
|Agadir||Alicante||Amburgo||Amman||Aqaba||Athens||Banja Luka||Barcelona (BCN)|
|Berlin (BER)||Birmingham||Bordeaux||Bratislava||Bristol||Brussels (Charleroi)||Bucharest (Otopeni)||Budapest|
|Fes||Frankfurt (FRA)||Fuerteventura||Gdansk||Gran Canaria||Helsinki||Karlsruhe-Baden Baden|
|London (Stansted)||Lourdes||Luxembourg||Madeira Funchal||Madrid||Malaga||Malta||Manchester|
|Marrakech||Marseilles||Nis||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)||Thessaloniki||Timisoara|
Transavia. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Depositphotos
Transavia is a low-cost airline that flying passengers to destinations in Europe and North Africa.
Transavia, founded in 1965 as Transavia Holland, is a full subsidiary company of KLM, which is part of the Air France KLM Group.
Flights from BGY
Turkish Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Turkey, headquartered in Istanbul and its main hub at Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Arnavutköy.
Its secondary hubs are at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Ankara Esenboğa International Airport and Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport.
Turkish Airlines. Photo: Copyright © Sisterscom.com / Depositphotos
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.
The main hub of Wizz Air is located in Budapest, Hungary, the secondary hub in Katowice, Poland, and also has several bases.
Flights from BGY
Note for readers
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