27 October 2022
Milano Bergamo Airport offers a network of 115 destinations in 39 paesi
The winter schedule represents the largest winter season programme ever offered the airport
Sunday 30 October, in line with the clocks turning back, saw the implementation of the winter schedule, which provides for a total of 115 destinations in 39 countries and represents the largest winter season programme ever offered by Milan Bergamo Airport.
The most important novelty is the arrival of the airline Aeroitalia, which from 14 November will be flying to Rome (Fiumicino) as well as to Catania and Bacau, and from 5 December to London (Heathrow), with 189-seat B737-800 aircraft.
The Aeroitalia service to the capital offers three flights daily from Monday to Friday (departing from BGY at 7:10, 12:20 and 18:35, and from FCO at 9:20, 14:30 and 20:50), and one flight daily on Saturday and Sunday.
The route to London Heathrow offers five flights per week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Aeroitalia’s operational programme includes four return flights per week to Catania (a destination already served by Ryanair and in certain holiday periods by Albastar), and two to Bacau, in Romania.
Editd by editorial staff, Avion Tourism Magazine
Text source and photo: Sacbo S.p.A. Press Office
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