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/