Alessandro Fidato, Chief Operating Officer of SEA Milan Airports, outlines how baggage handling systems are re-inventing the passenger experience across the airport network.
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To further promote decarbonisation initiatives in the aviation industry, Eni and SEA have signed an agreement to accelerate the use of Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil biofuel for ground transportation.
At the 2021 World ROUTES conference in Milan, International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles caught up with the CEO of SEA Milan Airports, Armando Brunini.
In conversation with Luigi Battuello, Director Non-Aviation Business Development, SEA Milan Airports
International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles, caught up with Luigi Battuello, Director Non-Aviation Business Development, SEA Milan Airports at the recent World Routes 2021 conference in Milan. Together they discussed SEA Milan's strategy around non-aviation revenues and encouraging passengers to spend more time in the retail outlets where they have…
Skyports and SEA Milan Airports have signed a partnership deal to explore the development and operation of a new network of vertiports throughout Italy.
Next June, Milan Linate Airport will inaugurate its renovation after undergoing important works to completely restyle the city airport. The terminal - managed along with the intercontinental airport of Milan Malpensa by Società per azioni Esercizi Aeroportuali (SEA) - is now worthy of a city like Milan, explains Alessandro Fidato, Chief Operating…
Milan Linate Airport's redesigned terminal will improve the traveller experience and satisfaction of passengers through the introduction of new services and amenities.
As we are all aware, Italy has been one of the most affected countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Armando Brunini, CEO of SEA Milan Airports, spoke to International Airport Review regarding how the airports are operating during this crisis.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drastically impact the aviation industry, SEA Milan has been forced to adapt in order to continue operation.