Routes in territorial continuity and large space for low cost
On June 3, the first flights will be Alitalia bi-daily flights in territorial continuity for Rome Fiumicino and Milan, which until June 30 will be for Malpensa and then for Linate. Ryanair will connect Bergamo and Bologna with Alghero three times a week from 21 June, five times a week from August. Volotea will travel to Genoa from June 14 once a week, from July two. EasyJet also arrives in Milan, from 1 July to Malpensa. Double option for Naples: easyJet sells tickets from 2 July to 30 August three times a week, Volotea from 4 July to 26 August two. Ryanair restores Pisa from July 1 twice a week, from August three. Double company also for Venice: four weekly flights to easyJet from 1st July, three from 13th June with Volotea, which will also connect Alghero to Verona from 2nd July four times a week.
In Barcelona we go with Vueling, twice a week from July 1st and three from August. From June 23, biweekly connection to Basel by easyJet, which also flies to Berlin Tegel from July 2 three times a week. Ryanair’s Bratislava returns from July 4 once a week and from August two, while WizzAir restores tickets twice a week to Bucharest from June 7, although the date seems unlikely, and to Budapest from June 20. Ryaniar’s historic destinations are back: Brussels Charleroi and Frankfurt Hahn, biweekly from July 2, and London Stansted, once a week from July 2 and biweekly in August.
We return to Geneva twice a week with easyJet from 1 July, to Katowice with Wizzair from 4 July and to London Luton with easyJet from 1 July. Volotea has bet on Madrid from 30 June once a week, Ryanair twice a week to Memmingen since 1 July and to Stuttgart from 29 June. Finally, Wizzair flies to Warsaw twice a week from July 7th. (Handle).