Volotea announces new destinations
Volotea, the airline which connects medium and small-scale destinations in Europe, is focusing on Milan Bergamo, and today announced the activation of 3 new routes for the summer season next year. There will be new routes to Croatia, to Dubrovnik (beginning from 28 May, with twice-weekly flights and over 9,600 tickets available) and Spalato (available from 25 May, twice-weekly for a total of approximately 10,000 seats), and within Italy, to Olbia (from 26 May, three times a week, for a total of over 14.500 seats). With this announcement, the airline will have 5 destinations reachable from the Lombardy airport with its own aircraft: 3 in Italy (Lampedusa, Pantelleria and Olbia) and two abroad (Dubrovnik and Spalato). A more than positive trend, in line with the results gained by Volotea during the latest summer period, which has just drawn to a close: more than 12,190 passengers transported, equal to an increase of 12% compared to summer 2016. For 2018, Volotea will be taking off from Milan Bergamo for 5 destinations, 3 domestic (Lampedusa, Pantelleria and Olbia, new for 2018) and two new international routes (Dubrovnik and Spalato, both routes which are operated exclusively by the airline from the airport). A special promotion has been created for the launching of the new routes departing from the airport: it will in fact be possible to purchase tickets, with prices starting at 9 euros, to Olbia, Dubrovnik and Spalato.
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