Bergamo Airport fLIGHTS

Many airlines refer to the airport as the Milan-Bergamo airport and it is managed by SACBO, a company partially owned (31% stake) by SEA Aeroporti di Milano, the same operator that runs the other two Milan airports, Linate and Malpensa.

As the airport has grown, more and more commercial flights have been added and the airport now serves planes arriving from and departing to over 130 destinations in 35 countries each day. All major European capitals are served by the airport as well as a few African, Middle Eastern and Asian cities like Moscow and Tel Aviv.

Hundreds of flights take off and land at the airport every day from all over Europe and the rest of the world. It has become the bastion of low-cost flights and is often seen as the place to go if you want to travel to and from northern Italy cheaply.