01.06.20

BERGAMENGLISH BGY EDITION BY VAVA77

What would passengers like to hear when they reach the airport?
They would like to be welcomed by a friendly, reassuring voice, who guides them through the airport, clearly informing them about the services available, what they have to do, and the steps they should take up to the moment of boarding. Announcements have become even more important now that there are a few more safety rules to be followed. Milan Bergamo Airport has decided to underline the importance of the rules, repeating them in an original format made possible by the performance skills of Daniele Vavassori, stage name Vava77.
As if in a role-playing game set in the context of an airport, the famous video maker doubles up his personality, alternating perfect, refined English with the Bergamo dialect.
Two different ways of expressing and communicating useful information and advice in an unusual, amusing double role video that will doubtless achieve great popularity on Milan Bergamo Airport’s social media channels, with three videos corresponding to three different situations, and on the YouTube channel that has brought Vava77
notable fame.
There are three separate scenes: one in front of the airport’s entrance door leading into the departures area, the second in the check-in area, and the third at the boarding gates.
The videos were produced with the cooperation of Antonio Iorio (Orion - BG), Carmen Fumagalli Guariglia and Laura Ranica.

 

 

21.05.20

THE SACBO BOARD OF DIRECTORS CONFERS POWER TO THE PRESIDENT GIOVANNI SANGA

The SACBO Board of Directors, appointed during the assembly on 14 May for the 2020-2022 period, has conferred powers to the president Giovanni Sanga and the vice-presidents Andrea Moltrasio and Yvonne Messi.
The new SACBO Board of Directors is made up as follows: Giovanni Sanga, Gianpietro Benigni, Fabio Bombardieri, Gianpietro Borghini, Roberto Callieri, Giovanni Paolo Malvestiti,
Yvonne Messi, Andrea Moltrasio, Laura Pascotto and Gianni Scarfone.

19.05.20

SELF-DECLARATION FORM

Al fine di agevolare le procedure a cui sono tenuti i passeggeri italiani in partenza, cliccate qui per scaricare il modulo di autocertificazione che può essere compilato e portato con sé prima di recarsi di aeroporto

18.05.20

RECOMMENCEMENT OF SCHEDULED FLIGHTS AT MILAN BERGAMO AIRPORT

Milan Bergamo Airport, which remained open and operational during phase 1 on the Covid-19 emergency, saw the arrival of the first scheduled flight following the issuing of
the decree for the reopening of the airport for passenger traffic on 5 May.
At 6:51 a.m., Wizz Air flight W6 4351 from Sofia landed with 113 passengers on board, the first to pass through the airport since 13 March, together with the 81 who departed from Bergamo on the same aircraft, taking off towards the Bulgarian capital at 7:50 a.m. (flight W6 4352).
Passenger and aircraft assistance was carried out by personnel from the company AGS Handling, who were able, with reassurance provided by protective equipment in the fixed assistance stations in the check-in and boarding gate areas, to apply the procedures set out by the airport management company
SACBO in compliance with the previsions of the regulations and guidelines set out by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority.

15.05.20

SACBO MEETING APPROVES FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR 2019

The SACBO shareholders’ meeting, which took place in the executive offices in Grassobbio in the presence of all the partners, approved the financial statements for 2019 as well as the consolidated financial statements of the group, including the financial statements for SACBO S.p.A. and those of the fully-owned company BGY International Services S.r.l. regarding 2019, which were presented by the board of directors during the meeting that took place on 26 March, and appointed the new directors and statutory auditors for the 2020-2022 period.
The SACBO Group has confirmed the positive trend that has characterised the last two decades until 2019, reaching the highest-ever annual total of passengers travelling to and from Bergamo airport
(13,857,257).