RUNWAY CLOSURE FROM 14 TO 18 SEPTEMBER (UNTIL 6.00 A.M.)FOR MAINTENANCE WORKS
The maintenance activity dates have been fixed taking into account the different technical, operational and weather implications in order to efficiently perform the works.
All flights to/from Bologna will be cancelled during this period. Airlines, already informed, have chosen between cancelling their flights or moving them to other airports.
We apologize for this disruption which is however necessary to constantly improve the airport infrastructure. For details on specific flights, refund or rerouting claims, passengers can refer directly to their airlines.
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