MIAIRPORTS_ARTICLE The 2019/20 winter season is about to start: flights and new destinations form Malpensa
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The 2019/20 winter season is about to start: flights and new destinations form Malpensa

"People don't take trips, trips take people"

Steinbeck used to say, "People don't take trips, trips take people."  For this reason, Milan Airports are ready to take you to the winter season destinations.

From October 27, Ryanair will be flying to Manchester with 5 flights a week. Air Italy, from 28 October, will once again be offering its seasonal flight to Tenerife, while on 29 October the seasonal flight to the Maldives will be inaugurated.



easyJet will start flying to new destinations, namely Aqaba in Jordan from 27 October (2 flights a week on Wednesdays and Sundays) and Agadir in Morocco from 29 October with 2 flights a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Again with EasyJet, from 1 November, it will be possible to fly to Marsa Alam on Fridays and from 1 December to Tirana, Albania, with 2 flights a week on Thursdays and Sundays.

From 5 December, the Pakistan International Airlines company will be inaugurating a weekly flight, on Thursdays, to the new destination Sialkot in the region of Punjab, Pakistan.



On Christmas Day, 25 December, the Russian company S7 will start operating from Malpensa, inaugurating flights to Moscow Domodedovo airport, 4 days a week.

Finally, on 19 February, EVA Air will start operating for the first time from Milan Malpensa with 4 flights a week to Taipei (Taiwan) by Boeing 777-300. EVA Air, from its hub in Taipei, operates connecting flights to Australia and numerous other destinations in the Far East.

Finally, Etihad Airways from September 2019 has added capacity to the route Milan Malpensa – Abu Dhabi replacing Airbus A330-300 aircraft with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

Passengers are informed that commercial aviation traffic will be redirected to Milano Linate airport and Terminal 1 of Milano Malpensa Airport, with the temporary closure of Malpensa Terminal 2.
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