Torino Airport Winter Season - New Routes Dedicated To The Ski Target
Caselle Torinese, 21st of December 2019 – The 2019/2020 winter season of Torino Airport comes alive, thanks to the launch of new flights dedicated to skiers from Northern and Eastern Europe and the new annual connection for Kishinev of Wizz Air.
This year, the Torino Airport winter programme is enriched with new scheduled connections dedicated to the target of skiers from Great Britain, Denmark, Sweden and Romania.
As for the Scandinavian countries, the SAS Scandinavian Airlines scheduled connection from Copenhagen, Denmark, will start today, December 21 2019, and it will be operated every Saturday until March 21 2020. In addition to Denmark, from next December 28 and until March 14, 2020, Turin will be connected to Sweden with Norwegian's new weekly scheduled flight from Gothenburg. The Norwegian company is a new entry for the Torino Airport scheduled operations.
Focusing on Eastern Europe, Wizz Air inaugurates the annual connection to Kishinev, Moldova, today, December 21, which will be operated on two weekly frequencies, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. From Romania, the airline Tarom returns to Turin, with the service to Bucharest: the flight kicks off today December 21 and for three Saturdays it will bring Romanian skiers to the Piedmont Alps and beyond. Since last December 12, started the double weekly flight to Kyiv, in Ukraine, of SkyUp Airlines, a new airline in Turin.
From the United Kingdom, the main market of origin of the ski traffic in Torino Airport, the new flight of the winter 2019/2020 is represented by the Ryanair flight from Bristol, which departed on last December 14 and operates every Saturday until March 28, 2020.
As for the other carriers, EasyJet and Jet2com continue their investments in Turin.
EasyJet has increased frequencies for the winter on London Gatwick, as well as reconfirming the snow flights from London Luton, Bristol and Manchester. Jet2.com, on the other hand, from today resumes operations from London Stansted, Manchester and Birmingham, while the connection from Edinburgh will also restart from December 28.
Torino Airport thus strengthens its vocation as a snow airport and will welcome skiers who, from all over Europe, will reach the ski resorts throughout the Alps.
SAGAT S.p.A. - Società Azionaria Gestione Aeroporto Torino
Rita Pucci, Communications Manager
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