28.03.19

SACBO BOARD OF DIRECTORS APPROVES FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR 2018

The Group has confirmed the positive trend which has characterised the last two decades, with annual revenue reaching an all-time high and net profits just over 23 million Euros. A result which has been accompanied by significant investments which in 2018 reached a total of 31.5 million Euros. Over the last 5 financial years, the Group has invested over 170 million Euros. The activities carried out by SACBO have generated a revenue of 162.71 million, an increase of 24.27 million on the previous year (+17.5%) which closed with a revenue of 138.44 million. In examining the 2018 financial statements, the president of SACBO, Roberto Bruni, underlined the importance that the figures have in light of guaranteeing on the one hand the resources necessary to support the investments programmed for the adapting of the airport and service infrastructure, confirming the previously-assumed commitment to interventions for environmental mitigation, and on the other the distribution to the shareholders of the same dividend as last financial year. The continued production of profit - added Bruni - is to be considered the result of prudent management, which is seeing the expected benefits of the various airport services which have been planned to best respond to user requirements.

21.03.19

NUOVO COLLEGAMENTO TRA MILANO BERGAMO E LONDRA GATWICK OPERATO DA BRITISH AIRWAYS

British Airways ha annunciato l’apertura del collegamento tra Milano Bergamo e Londra Gatwick, attivo dal 1° settembre 2019 e operato tutti i giorni, eccetto il sabato, con un Airbus 320 da 177 posti. La vendita dei biglietti per volare sulla nuova rotta, a partire da oggi 21 marzo 2019, segna l’ingresso ufficiale di British Airways nel network dell’aeroporto di Milano Bergamo, che incrementa le possibilità di raggiungere Londra offrendo con lo scalo a Gatwick un ulteriore ventaglio di destinazioni internazionali e intercontinentali. L’annuncio ufficiale del nuovo volo per Londra Gatwick viene commentato da Giacomo Cattaneo, direttore aviation di SACBO, società di gestione dell’Aeroporto di Milano Bergamo: “Salutiamo con grande soddisfazione l’arrivo di British Airways all’Aeroporto di Milano Bergamo a partire dagli inizi del mese di settembre 2019. La presenza della maggiore compagnia aerea del Regno Unito è motivo di prestigio e assegna al nostro aeroporto un ruolo ancora più rilevante nel panorama del trasporto aereo. L’apertura del collegamento con l’aeroporto di Londra Gatwick consente di creare una direttrice di significativa importanza logistica con la vasta e importante area a sud della capitale, offrendo comode opportunità di volo ai passeggeri diretti nel Regno Unito, soprattutto nell’ampia fetta di popolazione concentrata a est di Milano, e ai residenti nella catchment area del secondo scalo britannico, distante soli 45 km da Londra e ottimamente servito per i trasferimenti via terra. Altro vantaggio deriva da orari e frequenze dei voli, opportunamente studiati per rispondere alle diverse esigenze dei viaggiatori”.

15.01.19

Shuttle bus BGY - SIGEP

Shuttle bus Bergamo Airport-SIGEP is operative from 18th to 23rd january 2019, with the following scheduled from the airport:

Departure times shuttle: 10.00-14.00-16.00-19.00

For more info click here or download the scheduled 

04.09.18

TAX FREE, FROM 1 SEPTEMBER ELECTRONIC INVOICING WILL BE MANDATORY

As of 1 September 2018, it will be mandatory to issue an electronic invoice for tax-free sales to travellers resident or domiciled in non-EU countries.  If you who wish to receive VAT refund/remission please make sure that the point of sale issues an electronic invoice.

13.07.18

EU DOCUMENT ON FLIGHT DELAYS IN THE EUROPEAN SKIES

Concerns about the continuous delays in air transport in the continental skies, expressed in June by Assaeroporti representing all of national airports and the subject of a note released in recent days by SACBO, in relation to the situation that weighs on Milan Airport Bergamo as a result of strikes and contingencies of various kinds with scattered origins, were taken over by the European Commission for Transport and Tourism of the European Parliament, chaired by Karima Delli, and by the EU Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc.

In a joint document, the two EU institutions highlight how the current system is unable to manage the ever increasing volume of air traffic and the need to update the planning and control mechanisms under Eurocontrol.
With 11 million scheduled flights - according to the note by the European Commissioner for Transport and the European Parliament's Committee on Transport - it is predicted that 2018 will be the year with the highest air traffic ever. The problem of delays, which involves about 50 thousand passengers every day in airports all over Europe, with an average shift of two hours of flight departure, is destined to intensify with the peaks expected in the summer vacation weeks, if no solutions are introduced effective measures to ensure return to acceptable levels of punctuality. To the inconvenience and additional costs due to delays at the expense of passengers and airlines, heavy operating losses are added to the airports.

The EU transport institutions call on national air navigation service providers to work with Eurocontrol to rapidly get more effective management of the European air transport network.
A position that confirms how it has grounded what expressed by SACBO since the first signs of a problem that has progressively widened and ended up inevitably incumbent on the airports with the highest concentration of traffic on European routes, providing a distorted image of flights scheduled at night. Image that is the direct consequence of the above reasons, on which SACBO has no responsibility or possibility of intervention, like other European airports.