New Eurowings and Ryanair Flights from Milan Bergamo Airport
New Eurowings and Ryanair Flights from Milan Bergamo Airport

New Eurowings and Ryanair Flights from Milan Bergamo Airport

Milan Bergamo Airport announced that Eurowings will launch a new service from Hannover starting May 6, 2024. Initially, the flights will operate twice a week on Mondays and Fridays. On September 4, the frequency will increase to four times a week, with additional departures on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The schedule of the new service conveniently accommodates both city-break and business travelers looking for a connection between northern Italy and Lower Saxony in Germany.

Eurowings will be introducing its second route to Milan Bergamo Airport, expanding on the achievements of its current Dusseldorf service. The new route will run six times per week throughout the summer of 2024.

The Milan Bergamo Airport and Hannover route is essential for professionals looking to expand their business reach and establish international partnerships. Hannover, known for its diverse industries and renowned trade fairs, offers valuable opportunities. Similarly, German travelers will have convenient access to Lombardy, the economic powerhouse of Italy and a global hub for finance, design, and manufacturing.

During the 2024 summer season, Milan Bergamo Airport will have connectivity to eight German cities through the Hannover service. The destinations encompass Berlin, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Karlsruhe-Baden Baden, Niederhein-Weeze, and Frankfurt Hahn, providing passengers with a diverse selection of travel options.

Milan Bergamo Airport is dedicated to improving the link between the two nations by offering a maximum of 44 weekly flights to Germany during the summer of 2024.

Milan Bergamo Airport is pleased to announce three new Ryanair routes for the upcoming 2024 summer season. Passengers can now fly to Beni Melal (Morocco), Castellon (Spain), and Skiathos (Greece), in addition to the previously announced routes to Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Dubrovnik (Croatia). These new destinations further enhance the airport’s diverse range of flights.