10.10.19

THE SACBO BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATES GIOVANNI SANGA AS ITS NEW PRESIDENT

The SACBO Board of Directors, which met at the executive offices in Grassobbio, has elected a new director, Giovanni Sanga, to substitute Mr. Roberto Bruni, who recently passed away and who held the role of president. The SACBO Board of Directors then proceeded to nominate the new president, unanimously assigning the post to Giovanni Sanga.

Born in Entratico (BG) on 13 September 1962, holder of a degree in Economics and a member of the Association of Certified Accountants of Bergamo, Giovanni Sanga was a member of the parliamentary Chamber of Deputies for three terms, from 2006 to 2018, and has participated in the Industry and Finance Committees and the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry into the Banking and Finance system.

23.09.19

SCRATCH-CARD COMPETITION IN THE AIRPORT

Today, Monday 23 September, sees the beginning of the Scratch-Card competition open to all passengers departing from Milan Bergamo Airport, who will receive a card that will give them the opportunity to immediately win a discount on a purchase from the shops in the terminal that are taking part in the initiative. The discount is guaranteed and varies from 20 to 50 percent.

The competition, which will continue until 30 November 2019, will accompany passengers from the entrance of the departure terminal and along the walkway leading to the gates, where they will encounter a wide-ranging selection of proposals, including a number of interesting and original novelties in terms of brand and product type, particularly suitable for transportation in hand luggage.

22.08.19

ALITALIA ADDS A FIFTH FLIGHT BETWEEN MILAN BERGAMO AND ROME FIUMICINO IN OCTOBER

More news for the Alitalia connection between Milan Bergamo and Rome Fiumicino
airports, which has been active since 27 July with four daily round trips.
Having confirmed that the connection would continue in both the 2019-2020 winter schedule, effective from 27 October, and the 2020 summer schedule, from 29 March, Alitalia has introduced the fifth daily flight on this route, which will be offered from 1 to 26 October 2019.
This decision was made on the basis of the success and increase in demand from passengers, many of them in transit from Fiumicino on intercontinental flights, and in view of the resumption of business trips in the autumn.
The additional flight will arrive from Rome Fiumicino at 17.15 and depart from Milan
Bergamo at 18.00. The other departure times from Milan Bergamo (6:45 – 11:15 – 14:50 – 19:05) and Rome Fiumicino (9:20 – 13:00 – 16:00 – 21:40) are confirmed.

21.08.19

RYANAIR LAUNCHES NEW MILAN BERGAMO - TBILISI, GEORGIA ROUTE

Today (21 August), Ryanair, the No.1 company in Italy and Europe, announced a new route that will link Milan Bergamo to Tbilisi, Georgia, with 4 flights per week from November 2019, as part of the winter 2019 scheduling from Milan Bergamo.
Ryanair will cover 80 routes in total from Milan Bergamo during winter 2019, 10 of which are new winter destinations:
Agadir (twice-weekly), Bremen (twice-weekly), Gothenburg (twice-weekly), Katowice (twice-weekly), Lappeenranta (twice-weekly), London Southend (3 flights per week), Marseilles (4 flights per week), Santander (twice-weekly), Sofia (daily) and, of course, Tbilisi (4 flights per week), which will see over 11.1 million passengers pass through the Milan Bergamo airport this year.
To celebrate this new route from Milan Bergamo, Ryanair has launched a special offer on its European network starting at just 9.99 euros for travel in November and December, valid for bookings made before midnight on Friday (23 August) only on the Ryanair website.

14.08.19

ALITALIA CONFIRMS FLIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN MILAN BERGAMO AND ROME FIUMICINO AIRPORTS

Alitalia’s return to operation in Milan Bergamo Airport, with the scheduled connection with
Fiumicino, continues to see a high load factor on all four daily return flights, which have been active since 27 July. This is a positive trend that, based on bookings, is predicted to continue in the upcoming months during Milan Linate’s closure due to works.
Faced with this success and the increase in demand from passengers, of whom many are
on intercontinental flights in transit from Fiumicino, Alitalia has decided to confirm the route
between Milan Bergamo and Rome Fiumicino with three daily return flights, including in the 2019-2020 winter schedule, starting from 27 October, and in the 2020 summer schedule as of 29 March.
“We are pleased with the decision made by Alitalia to continue to put its trust in our airport
and in their clientele - stated Emilio Bellingardi, Director General of SACBO - The response from the market, especially in relation to the needs of business travellers, has been exceedingly positive. We are convinced that passengers, drawn to the airport’s accessibility, convenience and the level of its services, will increasingly appreciate Alitalia’s flights from and to Milan Bergamo Airport. The continuity of the flights is a testament to the ability to maintain a long-term vision and allows for a consolidation of this resurrected relationship between Alitalia and the land surrounding Milan Bergamo Airport.”

For further information: www.milanbergamoairport.it/it/comunicati-stampa/2019/