Blue Air expands service from Milan Linate with 3 new direct routes effective August 2021
Blue Air announces daily services from Milan Linate to Barcelona, Catania and Paris Charles de Gaulle under the Summer 21 season, becoming the only airline connecting Linate with Barcelona and the only ULCC operating from Milan-Linate to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. All routes will be served by Boeing 737 / 800 – 189 seater jet.
Blue Air expands service from Milan Linate, introducing three key new routes to Catania, Barcelona and Paris Charles de Gaulle effective August 16th, 2021. The flights are already available for booking and ticket prices start at 9.99 Euro (Catania)/ 14.99 euro (Barcelona, Paris), one way – taxes, fees and one free change included.
Following the successful development of its Milan Linate operations, Blue Air has also upgraded the service between Bucharest – Milan Linate to a twice daily, operating morning and evening services between the two cities.
Krassimir Tanev, Chief Commercial Officer, Blue Air: We have a well-established brand in Italy and we are continuously looking for opportunities of underserved and highly demanded markets throughout our network and all our new routes are excellent fit with our existing customer base in Italy.
With the restrictions’ relaxation, and the recent spike in the demand, we are happy to be able to upgrade our operations to / from Milan Linate already with our current Summer schedule, introducing instrumental daily services to Catania and unique direct service to Barcelona and Paris, thus offering our customers in Milan even better travel options at affordable prices.
“SEA Aeroporti di Milano is pleased to welcome three new Blue Air routes at Linate, which expand the portfolio of destinations offered. The landing of these new flights at Linate, a domestic and two international routes including Barcelona which is currently not served, represents an important improvement in the connectivity of the City Airport and creates further market opportunities for the benefit of all passengers, operators and communities in Milan and Lombardy. The future launch of the "Linate Airport" underground stop of the new M4 line represents a further opportunity for our City Airport, which is increasingly connectivity to the heart of the city and to the rest of Europe ", declared Andrea Tucci, VP Aviation Business Development SEA.