BERGAMO AIRPORT - ESSENCIAL QUICK GUIDE
With three airports covering the Milan City area, Bergamo (BGY), Malpensa (MXP) and Linate (LIN), main visitors in the summer months using Bergamo airport travel to the lakes of Verona and Como.
There is only one main terminal building with two runways which handles over 13 million passengers each year.
Most of the low-cost airlines use Bergamo, Easyjet, Ryanair, Jet2.com and TUI etc so plenty of choice to grab a bargain.
Within the airport there are good facilities plenty of shops and bars airside while you wait for your flight.
Being a good size international airport you get the usual facilities like plenty of ATMs, there are also two banks within the airport, numerous foreign exchange outlets and wifi throughout but not many charging points.
Clean toilets an information desk and also car hire kiosks.
The airport is very conscious about disabled passengers, it offers ramps and relief paths and assistance where ever needed.
There is a luggage storage area where you can store your bags for a small fee per day, this is -
Upt o 25kg per bag = 3.00eur per day - over 25kg price rises to 5.00eur this is good if you fancy a trip into Bergamo city if you have a late flight, buses operate every 20mins to the city centre costing 2.30eur per person
When arriving into Bergamo the customs control can be quick to get through, there are plenty of baggage carousels where luggage can arrive fairly quickly.
When you have collected your luggage and exited in to the arrivals area landside, this is where you will meet your driver who will be holding your name up on a board.
Returning can also be a good experience, with plenty of check-in desks, a good security area and a large departure lounge.