After its closure due to the Covid-19 emergency, Milan Linate Airport will once again be in operation.
From 24 July, all connections with Territorial Continuity (reduced fares for certain categories of passenger) to Sardinia will be moved from Milan Malpensa to Milan Linate, Milan's city airport: Cagliari (with 8 flights per day) Olbia (5 per day) and Alghero (3 per day).
From 1 August, connections with Rome Fiumicino and all national and international connections previously available at Milan Malpensa will also be moved to Milan Linate: Bari, Brindisi, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Lampedusa, Naples, Palermo, Pantelleria and Reggio Calabria, not to mention Amsterdam, Brussels, London and Paris, with an increase in flights in particular for connections to Southern Italy:
- Catania, from 8 to 12 daily flights;
- Lamezia Terme and Brindisi, from 4 to 6 flights per day;
- Naples, from 2 to 4 flights per day;
- Lampedusa, 2 to 4 flights per week.
And remember, if you buy a ticket by 31 December, any flight change is still free of charge, for all flights and all travel classes.