All airports in Italy will be reopened from June 3
We have very good news from the "boot" of Europe. All airports in Italy will be reopened from 3 June, when all travel restrictions will be lifted. Domestic and international travel will be allowed, and Alitalia is already preparing to relaunch flights.
Italy, the first European country to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, has closed many airports to stop the outbreak. Milan's Linate airport has also been closed since March 12.
Rome Fiumicino, Milan Malpensa and Bologna, Palermo and Turin airports will continue to be open, but will have a limited schedule.
With the reopening of airports in Italy, Alitalia intends to resume its flights. In June, it will operate 36% more flights than in May. It will fly on 30 routes to 25 airports, including 15 in Italy and 10 abroad. Among the announced routes are those to Spain: Rome - Barcelona and Rome - Madrid.
The Italian government has mentioned that it will reopen the borders for tourists from the European Union and will cancel the mandatory quarantine for foreign visitors to the peninsula.
Starting with June, we hope that Romania will also be connected to Italy through direct flights. We remind you that currently, all flights from Romania to Central and Western Europe are suspended until May 28 inclusive.