The demise of Air Berlin has left many European flight slots to be filled and re-allocated. Easy Jet has picked up many of them and announced new destinations to regional airports in Italy, one of which is Ancona. Brexit gossip has it that companies like Ryanair will have to relocate the British part of their fleet to mainland Europe and vie for new slots so this is just the beginning of many new flights to central Italy. Happily our regional airports of both Ancona and Perugia are in the running for new destinations.
From this summer it easier to make connections to Bellaugello by the revitalised “Marche Airport“. The airport is small, friendly and easily to use, and as it is just over one and a quarter hour’s drive from Bellaugello Gay Guest House, so shockingly convenient to meet up and escape.
Lufthansa has, for some time scheduled incoming flights from Munich, convenient also for trans-atlantic connections, and now confirmed by Easy Jet and already bookable on their website (see links below) this summer there will be twice weekly flights from both London Gatwick and Berlin with prices starting at a trifling 30 euro.
The London route commences at the end of June scheduled flights every Wednesday at 11:35 and Saturday at 07:05. Bringing London and Brighton so much closer to Bellaugello, meaning for you Umbria is easier for both a proper holiday and short break, and for me, that I can get to see my adored Brighton Pavilion even more frequently.
The Berlin route starts in August with departures from Tegel Friday and Monday 10:40 and return flights departing Ancona at 13:05 making week-ending from Berlin and Western Poland to Bellaugello so very easy, and for me a chance for city breaks in cities I adore.
Further good news is that the road from Ancona is currently being enthusiastically upgraded to full dual-carriageway. As it heads through the Apeninnes towards Umbria, there already are super new led lit tunnels and sweeping bridges.
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