Alitalia has given up the Milan-Bucharest route
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To our surprise, Alitalia has given up the Milan-Bucharest route. This happened in June. No notifications and no official announcement from Alitalia.
Alitalia cancels Milan - Bucharest
Following the simulations made on the official website of the Italian air operator, the route is covered via Rome. Rates have increased since 85 EURO (fare on direct flights) to 249 EURO (flights operated by Alitalia / TAROM with a stopover in Rome). We also found 218 EURO fares, but there are flights operated by Air Serbia via Belgrade.
We can say that the low-cost operators won the battle on route Bucharest - Milan. Currently, the only flights on this route are operated by Blue Air, Wizz Air and Ryanair, and the covered airports in Milan are: Bergamo (Ryanair, Blue Air, Wizz Air), Linate (Blue Air) and Malpensa (Ryanair, Wizz Air).
From Bergamo, you can travel to Bergamo and Milan or take advantage of low-cost flights to many other destinations in Europe. Linate Airport opens up opportunities to travel to destinations in Italy and Europe. Malpensa Airport, Milan's main airport, offers great connections to destinations in the United States, Asia and South America.