Alitalia will stop operating at Milan’s Malpensa airport: ANSA.

Alitalia will stop flying to and from Milan’s Malpensa airport from October 1, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.

The only two flights currently operated by the airline between Malpensa and Rome will stop flying on September 30.

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So far there is no information if the flights will be transferred to Linate airport.

The news has not yet been officially confirmed by the company.

This would be the first time since the opening of the airport in 1948 that the national airline would not operate flights to and from Malpensa.

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