Articles Tagged ‘Milan Bergamo’
Milan Bergamo Airport yesterday welcomed British Airways’ high frequency service from London Gatwick. Becoming the only link from the south of England to the East Lombardy region of Milan the route has seen significant high-demand and already announced an increase from six times weekly to daily from December. As British Airways joins the airport’s roll […]
Milan Bergamo Airport marks the double celebration of the welcome return of both Alitalia to its carrier roll call and Rome Fiumicino to the airport’s route network. Taking the number of domestic operations from the East Lombardy gateway to 16 during the summer season, the Italian legacy airline launched a high frequency link to the […]
With over 6.4 million having already passed through the doors of Milan Bergamo Airport this year, a 5% year-on-year increase, 2019 seems set to beat 2018 as the most successful year in the airport’s history.
Milan Bergamo Airport welcomes the arrival of its latest new airline partner as TUIfly Belgium launches a new link to Casablanca, expanding the gateway’s connectivity to Morocco. The carrier, a subsidiary of the TUI Group, commenced a twice-weekly operation on Saturday to the African city, utilising the airline’s fleet of A320s and B737-family on the […]
Milan Bergamo Airport is set for a record-breaking summer season in 2019, with it also helping take the strain of the temporary closure of Milan Linate. Seat capacity from Italy’s third largest airport is set to grow further this summer, with 12 routes already confirmed for launch.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Icelandair celebrates 70 years of flying from Glasgow Airport, while Milan Bergamo celebrates one million passengers in August. More news also from Glasgow Airport, as well as from Newcastle Airport in Australia.
Italian demand for air travel appears to be rebounding strongly but the latest figures are deceptive. Why? Which airline has been driving growth at Bologna? Which is growing faster; domestic or international traffic?
easyJet’s main Italian base has grown rapidly since 2006. But how many flights and routes does it serve compared with Ryanair at Bergamo? Which is easyJet’s nearest rival at Malpensa? It’s not Alitalia…
The Italian market is showing signs of stabilising. Is domestic or international demand up in July? Which smaller airports are growing by more than 20% and which airports have managed year-to-date growth?
Italian LCC MyAir has struggled to develop a coherent network strategy since it launched four years ago. Many routes have been started and stopped again after short periods. What are its current strengths and what aircraft does it have at its disposal? A base at little-used Foggia is an interesting recent development.
Italian airport traffic down almost 13% in November; only Bergamo with five new Ryanair routes bucks trend
Alitalia may finally be under new private ownership but Italy’s traffic has been suffering in the mean time. Which airports have seen the biggest declines in demand and which other smaller airports are showing signs of growth?
Milan’s third airport has seen traffic increase tenfold in 10 years thanks to LCCs and in particular Ryanair. But 11 other LCCs are also present, though one is about to move to Milan Malpensa. Which one? Which ‘legacy’ carriers are also present and which routes has Ryanair dropped over the years?