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4 April 2019 – 2020 Vision for Milan Airports

SEA Milan attends European Route Development conference in Hannover, Germany to attract more routes to and from the region.

3 April 2019 – Qantas gives global travellers easier access to the lure of Uluru

Shaving hours off journey times for inbound Asian and European travellers, Qantas’ new twice-weekly 737-800 year-round service between Darwin International Airport and Uluru commenced today, linking the Northern Territory’s capital with its, and perhaps Australia’s, most iconic attraction for the first time.

11 March 2019 – Mission Possible for Milan

SEA Milan attends Asian Route Development conference in Cebu, Philippines to attract more routes to and from the region.

25 January 2019 – Milan Malpensa Airport 2018 Traffic Results

Record-breaking year for Malpensa with 24.6 million passengers; One of Europe’s fastest growing major airports; 25 million passengers forecast in 2019.

20 December 2018 – Virgin Australia’s Denpasar Christmas Delivery for Darwin

Leading Australian network carrier Virgin Australia Airlines has delivered just what Darwin International Airport wanted this festive season, with its very own Christmas cracker of a route, a new three times weekly, year-round service to Denpasar starting next April.

Logo_Krakow_Airport_CMYK26 November 2018 – Wizz Air gets cracking in Kraków

Kraków Airport has added another tailfin to its growing portfolio of airlines, as Wizz Air announces the basing of two A321s at the facility from next May enabling it to fly to 12 destinations in nine countries. Once the Ultra Low-Cost Carrier’s (ULCC) full schedule is in operation in September, the airline will offer 46 departures and over 10,500 one-way seats a week from Poland’s second busiest airport.

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