13 October 2022

Aeroitalia opens its base at Milan Bergamo airport

From 14 November 3 daily flights to Rome. Plus 2 additional routes from 1st December to Catania and Bacau
During a press conference, the airline Aeroitalia announced the opening of a dedicated base at Milan Bergamo Airport, where it will begin operations on 14 November with flights to Rome (Fiumicino), Catania and Bacau as well as a commercial partnership with the Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio Football Club.
 
Voli Aeroitalia dall'aeroporto di Bergamo
Conferenza stampa di Aeroitalia, svoltasi nella Sala Mura Venete dell’Aeroporto di Milano Bergamo. Foto: © Avion Tourism Magazine.
 
Founded in 2022, Aeroitalia began operations on 26 April 2022, running charter flights. It now connects 14 destinations in Italy and Europe. The fleet is composed of 5 Boeing B-737/800 aircraft, as well as 1 ATR 72/600, becoming the first Italian airline to operate these aircraft through its partner Air Connect.
 
The route between Milan Bergamo and Rome (Fiumicino) will see three daily return flights from Mondays to Fridays, and one return flight on Saturdays and Sundays. Catania will be connected with four flights per week, while Bacau will see two weekly flights.
 
voli aeroitalia da bergamo per Roma, Catania e Bacau
Conferenza stampa di Aeroitalia, svoltasi nella Sala Mura Venete dell’Aeroporto di Milano Bergamo. Foto: © Avion Tourism Magazine.
 
The press conference held by Aeroitalia, which took place in the Mura Venete conference room at Milan Bergamo Airport, saw the participation of: Giovanni Sanga, president of SACBO; Giacomo Cattaneo, director of commercial aviation for SACBO; Marc Bourgade, executive chairman of Aeroitalia; German Efromovich, non-executive chairman of Aeroitalia; Krassimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer of Aeroitalia; Ugo Calvosa, Executive Vice-President for Operations Aeroitalia; Luca Percassi, CEO of Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio.
 
Edited by editorial staff Avion Tourism Magazine
Text source: Copyright © Ufficio Stampa Sacbo / Aeroitalia
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