(ANSA) – MILAN, NOVEMBER 18 – Air traffic is picking up at the Milan Linate and Malpensa airports. This is said by the CEO of Sea, Armando Brunini, interviewed by ANSA. “The recovery can also be felt in us – says Brunini -. Today the Milanese system travels at around -38%, compared to -85% last winter, with significant differences between traffic segments and airports. Linate, which is more suited to domestic and European destinations, it recovers faster than Malpensa, which has an important share of intercontinental traffic. This part still suffers and is slow to recover, although there too we are seeing the first signs of recovery “. In any case, “2021 is still negative”, explains Brunini. “Next year we expect the rebound to consolidate, but we expect a return to pre-covid numbers between 2024-2025”. (HANDLE).
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