Milan Bergamo’s enhanced summer network
As the airport continues to see demand climb, Milan Bergamo persists in the regeneration of its route map. Among the welcome returns this week was Air Arabia Maroc’s six-times weekly service to Casablanca, following the long-awaited lift of the travel ban to Morocco. Utilizing its fleet of A320s, the low-cost Moroccan airline will offer more than 1,000 weekly seats to the economic and business center of the North African country.
Earlier in the week Air Arabia Egypt resumed weekly links to Sharm El-Sheikh as well as increasing connections to Cairo, while Albawings re-opened flights to Tirana which will see a frequency increase to four-times weekly at the end of July.
Securing further new routes, easyJet, which recently joined Milan Bergamo’s airline rollcall, has already announced a second service with three-times weekly flights to Malaga launching on 19 July. While Ryanair, amid relaunching various domestic links, has confirmed two new operations from August with a year-round three-times weekly service to the Sicilian town of Comiso, and summer seasonal flights Greece’s city, Preveza.