From phase 2 to phase 2 June, the date on which the borders will be reopened. Date that will also see the restoration of Alitalia flights between Rome and New York, flights with Spain (Rome-Madrid and Rome-Barcelona) and direct connections between Milan and Southern Italy. Train travel is also on the rise and Spain opens when our passenger ferries arrive.FLIGHTS
A 36% increase in flights compared to the month of May with thirty routes from twenty five different airports, of which fifteen in Italy and the remaining ten abroad. According to the Italian airline, this growth foresees an increase of around 40% in the third quarter of 2020 for the third quarter of 2020. With Milan Linate airport still closed, Milan Malpensa continues with eight guaranteed daily services from Alitalia with Rome Fiumicino, two daily return flights with Bari, Catania and Palermo and four connections with Sardinia. From today, however, traffic from Rome to Catania and Palermo is increasing, while from June it will connect the Fiumicino hub with Alghero, Bologna, Bari, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Pisa, Turin, Venice. Finally, abroad, go-ahead for flights to Barcelona, Brussels, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Madrid, Monaco, Paris and Zurich, as well as New York.
38 Arrows and 18 Intercity trains have been in operation since May 18, twice the previous week. As for the LPG on railways, he added, the offer was increased by 52% compared to the ordinary offer on 4 May. Italo also starts up and in addition to the two current services between Rome and Venice, from today it has reintroduced six new departures on the Turin-Milan-Rome-Naples backbone in order to cover the whole day. From June 14 then the company will land with four services a day in Cilento and Calabria: you can get to Reggio Calabria without changes.
The blockade of passenger ships remains until 2 June. The big news comes from Spain: the Ministry of Transport has abrogated the ban on entry on all flights and passenger ships from Italy, with the exception of cruise ships, whose docking in Spanish ports is still prohibited.
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