The winter schedule, which comes into effect on Sunday 31 October 2021, will provide Milan Bergamo Airport with the widest ranging network of routes ever, with a total of 114 destinations in 39 countries. It is an offer that reflects the optimism demonstrated by the airlines, 16 of which will be operating scheduled flights from Milan Bergamo Airport during the winter season, that the recovery of air traffic currently being witnessed at the airport - with more than 70% of 2019 traffic reached so far - will continue.

A contribution to further recovery will be provided by the opening of the first 8 new routes at the beginning of the winter season. The first four will take off on Sunday 31 October, with Ryanair inaugurating flights to Düsseldorf Weeze, Helsinki and Birmingham, and easyJet opening the route to and from London Gatwick, an important hub connecting both the City and other destinations in the UK, as well as the London airport’s international network.

On 1 November, Ryanair will be introducing another two routes: Liverpool, which has always been one of the most popular destinations in the United Kingdom, and Toulouse, the Capital of the Occitane region of France and known as the Pink City for the dominant colour of the period buildings, as well as for being the home of important industrial organisations.

As well as the Ryanair flight to Stockholm Arlanda, 2 November will also see the inaugural flight for the route connecting to Paris Orly airport and operated by Vueling, further bolstering availability for the French capital offered by Milan Bergamo Airport alongside routes operated by easyJet for Paris Charles de Gaulle and Ryanair for Paris Beauvais.

Another new feature of the winter season from Milan Bergamo Airport is the arrival of Eurowings, which from 4 November will be providing connections to the main airport of Düsseldorf, the hub of the Lufthansa group to which the airline belongs. One of the main destinations in the economic and financial world, Düsseldorf has also been re-discovered as a city-break destination.

The next important date is 3 December, with the opening of Ryanair flights to Banja Luka, the welcoming monumental city in Bosnia Herzegovina situated 159 km from Sarajevo.

5 January 2022 will see the debut at Milan Bergamo Airport of the new Norwegian airline Flyr, which will be operating the route connecting to Oslo-Gardermoen airport.



Milan Bergamo airport is preparing to welcome another new airline. Its name is Flyr, a Norwegian airline that operates with a fleet of three 189-seat Boeing 737-800s and has its main base at Oslo-Gardermoen airport, from where it will begin flying to and from Milan Bergamo airport from 5 January 2022.
The new route, which is in response to the growing demand for flights to and from Norway, sees two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays, for the entire winter season. Tickets are already on sale from the airline’s website www.flyr.com.
With the arrival of Flyr, which joins the new arrivals easyJet, Eurowings and Vueling, the network for the 2021/2022 winter schedule from Milan Bergamo airport includes 16 airlines for a total of 122 routes to 114 destinations in 39 countries.


SACBO è la prima azienda italiana ad ottenere il riconoscimento di ‘Impresa Amica della Bicicletta’

SACBO, la società che gestisce l’aeroporto ‘Il Caravaggio’ di Bergamo, è la prima azienda italiana ad ottenere il riconoscimento di ‘Impresa Amica della Bicicletta’ rilasciato da ECF, la Federazione Europea dei Ciclisti.

Venerdì 17 settembre alle ore 18.30 alla Fiera di Bergamo, la consegna del certificato a Giovanni Sanga, presidente SACBO, nell’ambito della giornata di apertura della 7a edizione di Agritravel & Slow Travel Expo – Fiera dei Territori 2021.



SACBO has been granted renewal of its Airport Health Accreditation, issued by ACI World, the international airport association. This is a form of recognition that, following assessment, confirms the correct and effective application of anti-COVID-19 procedures.
Airport Health Accreditation provides a clear comparison between the health measures applied by the majority of airports worldwide in order to combat the spread of COVID-19 and is granted following verification that said measures comply with the guidelines set out by international health organisations and best sector practices.
After having carried out an analytical examination of operational and sanitisation processes, methods for their monitoring and the efficiency of detection equipment, ACI declared that our airport has shown to have implemented all possible measures to offer a safe experience to all travellers in the airport.