Reciprocal flights will be operated daily until the end of summer season, says statement
AnadoluJet, a brand of Turkiye’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines, added a new international route with flights from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Milan Bergamo Airport in Italy, it announced on Monday.
“Reciprocal flights will be operated daily until the end of summer season,”a statement said.
“Bergamo Airport, located in the Lombardy Region in the north of Italy, is preferred by travelers as being very close to Milan,” it added. “Passengers can reach to Milan city center in a short time from Bergamo Airport by many options such as bus, train or car rental.”
“AnadoluJet will not only contribute to the promotion of Bergamo, one of Europe’s boutique and unique cities, but also provide new routes via Istanbul to many domestic and international destinations,” Turkish Airlines Chief Commercial Officer Kerem Sarp said in his address during the inaugural flight ceremony.
AnadoluJet operates nearly 150 routes connecting 88 airports with a fleet of 52 aircraft to economically meet Turkiye’s air transportation needs, according to its website.