Due to the closure of Milan Linate airport, which will stop operations for works on the runway from 27 July to 27 October 2019, Alitalia has arranged a plan to minimise customer inconvenience.
During the three months when the Milan city airport will be closed, the Italian airline will transfer to Milan Malpensa airport its flights to all national and international destinations served by Linate. This means, on average, about 200 flights per day that normally operate to and from Milan Linate airport.
Customers of the Milan Linate-Rome Fiumicino route can opt for travelling to and from Milan Malpensa airport, where Alitalia will offer 9 daily services with Rome Fiumicino, or to and from Bergamo Orio al Serio airport where the Italian airline will start 4 additional daily services with Rome Fiumicino.
Travellers already holding tickets for flights to and from Milan Linate airport between 27 July and 27 October will have the opportunity to choose whether to be rebooked on the flights to and from Milan Malpensa without penalty, or asking for a ticket refund.