Ludamotion, Aegean Airlines, Ryanair, All Nippon Airways
Laudamotion, an airline owned by Ryanair, will once again be flying from Malpensa to Vienna. The flight will be operated once a day as from March 29.
On the same day, Aegean Airlines will inaugurate its new seasonal destination Thessaloniki with 2 flights per week (Thursday and Sunday). On 31 March,
Ryanair will take off from Malpensa towards Alghero, the company's summer destination, with 4 flights a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday). EasyJet, from 4 April to 24 October will take you to Sharm El Sheik with one flight a week, on Saturdays.
Finally, the Japanese company All Nippon Airways has chosen Malpensa as the prime destination in Italy from which to fly to Japan. The company will inaugurate its first flight from Italy on 20 April, departing from Malpensa to reach Tokyo Hanedaairport. The flight will be operated initially with 3 flights per week (Monday, Thursday and Saturday) which will become daily as from 10 July.
So pack your bags!