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Milan Bergamo Airport set for record summer as new routes announced

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Eurowings is gearing up to introduce a brand-new service connecting Hannover and Milan Bergamo Airport starting 6 May. The new route will be maintained 2-weekly, on Mondays and Fridays, increasing to 4-weekly from 4 September, with additional services on Wednesdays and Sundays. The flight will be on sale from Jan 23rd

Eurowings has been present at Milan Bergamo Airport since 2021 when it introduced flights from Düsseldorf. During S24, it will operate 6-weekly rotations on the route.

Milan Bergamo Airport continues to grow its portfolio of destinations and will boast a record 44-weekly departures to Germany from September, when Eurowings grows frequencies on its new Hannover service.

Apart from Hannover and Dusseldorf, Milan Bergamo will be linked to Berlin, Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg, Karlsruhe-Baden Baden, Weeze, and Frankfurt Hahn, for a total of eight destinations in Germany, which is Italy’s largest trade partner.

In addition to Eurowings, flights from Milan Bergamo to Germany are maintained by Ryanair. During Q3 2024, which represents the peak of the summer travel period, Germany will be Milan Bergamo’s eighth-largest market based on both the number of operated flights and available capacity.

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Milan BGY top markets Q3 2024

Over a dozen new routes from Milan Bergamo in 2024

Eurowings is not the only carrier expanding its network out of Milan Bergamo Airport, which handled a record 15.97 million passengers in 2023. Ryanair, Norwegian, Aeroitalia and Dan Air have all announced their plans to introduce new services to the bustling Italian airport in the ongoing year. The development further solidifies Milan Bergamo Airport as a hub witnessing continuous growth and increased connectivity.

  • 16 January: Tromso (Norwegian)
  • 25 March: London SEN (Aeroitalia)
  • 26 March: Bacau (Aeroitalia)
  • 31 March: Bacau (Dan Air)
  • 31 March: Copenhagen (Norwegian)
  • 31 March Sarajevo (Ryanair)
  • 31 March: Castellon (Ryanair)
  • 1 April: Skiathos (Ryanair)
  • 2 April: Dubrovnik (Ryanair)
  • 4 May: Hannover (Eurowings)
  • 1 June: Beni Mallal (Ryanair)
  • 2 June: Helsinki (Norwegian)
  • 21 June: Stavanger (Norwegian)

During the all important Q3 of this year, Ryanair will solidify its position as Milan Bergamo Airport’s largest carrier, offering over 2.1 million departing seats, representing an increase of almost 9% on the same period in 2023. It will be followed by Wizz Air and Aeroitalia.

Commenting on the airport’s expanding network, which will include close to 150 destinations, Giacomo Cattaneo, Director of Commercial Aviation, SACBO, said: “As Milan Bergamo Airport continues to grow as a major international gateway, the addition of these new routes demonstrates our commitment to providing travellers with a wide array of options. Currently, a total of 148 destinations are scheduled from Milan Bergamo Airport for the upcoming 2024 summer season, solidifying the airport’s position as a premier travel hub in the region.”

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