Brussels Airlines starts scheduled service towards city airport Milan Linate
Monday, August 24, 2009
As from the 25th of October next, Brussels Airlines will offer twelve weekly flights between the European capital and the Milan city airport Linate. With thirty scheduled flights weekly to the city’s Malpensa Airport, this means a total of some 42 flights weekly offered between Brussels and Milan. The new service offers a choice of no less than seven daily departures to the economical and tourist key Milanese region. Milan Linate is the city airport of Milan. At just eight kilometers from the city centre it provides excellent access and is very popular among business customers as well as tourists flying in on a short city trip.
Starting October 25, Brussels Airlines will offer two flights a day to Linate on weekdays; a morning and afternoon departure from Brussels, and a return at noon and in the evening from Linate. Passengers may choose from three travel formulas: b.business and two economy class products b.flex economy+ and b.light economy. A return ticket is already available from 99 euros all in, and passengers may earn and redeem Miles & More loyalty points on every flight.
All flights are operated on Brussels Airlines’ Avro RJ aircraft, with partner Lufthansa Italia operating a codeshare on Brussels Airlines flights.
fonte: Bruxelles Airlines
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