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Milan BGY expand North Europe network with new Norwegian routes


Norwegian commenced a pair of new seasonal summer services from Milan BGY, adding to its growing network out of the Italian airport.

The carrier inaugurated 2-weelly flights to Stavanger, on Norway’s southern coast, on 18 May, and a 3-weekly service to Helsinki, on 2 June. Services to Stavanger will run until 28 September, while flights to the Finnish capital will operate until 24 October.

These new routes complement Norwegian’s existing services from Milan BGY to Bergen, Copenhagen, and Oslo, as well as a winter seasonal route to Tromso. With the introduction of these new flights, Norwegian will now operate a peak of 13-weekly services from Milan BGY.

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Giacomo Cattaneo, Director of Commercial Aviation at airport operator SACBO, said: “We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with Norwegian by adding flights to two exciting cities: Stavanger and Helsinki. These services enhance connectivity for leisure travellers seeking city breaks and unique cultural experiences. This expansion is a testament to our commitment to offering diverse and convenient travel options for our passengers.”

Milan BGY has a notable 15 new routes by seven different airlines being launched during S24. It boasts a record 12.5 million seats during the summer season, which runs between 31 March and 26 October. Close to 150 destinations are being served from the city this year.


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