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March 19th, 2009

Meridiana to open three new routes from Milan

Meridiana have put three new routes on sale from Milan. These include Milan (Orio al Serio) to Fuerteventura and Cagliari and from Milan (Linate) to Lamezia-Terme. These new routes, that begin in June 2009, can be booked now at www.meridiana.it.

October 1st, 2007

Volareweb adds flights from Milan

Volareweb will begin flying from Milan (Malpensa) this winter with ten new routes, adding to their operation at Milan (Linate). From the end of October 2007 they will begin flying from Milan (Malpensa) to Alghero, Cagliari, Helsinki, Lodz, Maastricht, Manchester, Oporto, Pescara, Rotterdam and Wroclaw.

These are available to book now at www.volareweb.com.

February 14th, 2006

Volareweb to fly to Lamezia-Terme

Beginning 07 April 2006, Volareweb will start flying between their base at Milan (Linate) and Lamezia-Terme. Book now at www.volareweb.com.

August 26th, 2005

Volareweb to fly to Paris

It has been announced that Volareweb will begin flying from their base at Milan (Linate) to Paris (Orly).

They will operate 2 flights per day on this route from 12 September 2005.

August 1st, 2005

Volareweb flies to Crotone

Volareweb will fly weekly from Milan (Linate) to Crotone until 10 September 2005.

June 21st, 2005

Volareweb adds route to Lamezia-Terme

On 03 July 2005, Volareweb will launch a weekly service from their base at Milan (Linate) to Lamezia-Terme.

This route is only scheduled to operate for the summer season.

May 26th, 2005

Volareweb adds Palermo route

In addition to their other previously announced routes, the newly returned Italian low-cost airline, Volareweb, will add a route between their base at Milan (Linate) and Palermo on 15 June 2005.

May 1st, 2005

The return of Volareweb

The Italian low-cost carrier Volareweb, which suspended flights in November 2004, is due to begin flying again this June under ‘extraordinary management’.

After much speculation about the future of the airline, it would seem that they are having a cautious re-introduction to the low-cost market and initially intend to fly 4 Italian domestic routes from 01 June 2005. These routes will be from Milan (Linate) to Bari, Brindisi, Catania and Naples.

Flights are available to book now.

March 29th, 2005

Virgin Express adds routes to Toulon and Milan

From the beginning of June 2005, Virgin Express will begin flying between their base at Brussels and Milan (Orio al Serio) and Toulon. The route to Orio al Serio will replace their current route to Milan (Linate).

Tickets are on sale now for these new routes.

March 2nd, 2005

easyJet expands Berlin base

easyJet have announced that they will launch 3 new routes from their base at Berlin (Schoenefeld) on 21 September 2005. They will begin flying to London (Gatwick), Milan (Linate) and Rome (Ciampino).

This will make Schoenefeld their 2nd largest base, after London (Stansted).

Seats will go on sale for these new routes on 09 March.

February 25th, 2005

Alpi Eagles release summer routes

AlpiEagles will begin flying from Bari to Milan (Linate) and from Verona to Olbia and Naples on 27 March 2005.

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