A Wet Lease In agreement was signed between the two airlines for flights departing from Milan Bergamo airport to guarantee greater operational flexibility, with the usual focus on service and quality.

Neos, Italy's second largest airline company and part of Alpitour World, signs a Wet Lease In agreement with ETF (acronym for Enjoy The Flight) Airways, a Croatian airline company with which it had already started fruitful collaborations last summer, with great satisfaction in terms of operational performance and flexibility.

Through this agreement, ETF Airways will provide Neos with a 186-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft in ACMI, thus including all ancillary services such as insurance, crew and maintenance.

The aircraft will be dedicated in particular to operations departing from Milan Bergamo airport, contributing to greater operational and commercial flexibility, ensuring higher capacity, which is particularly necessary during the high season, and improving the overall operations of individual rotations.

With this new agreement, Neos keeps investing in its own growth, but above all in the stability of the extensive programme of flights planned and offered to its customers. Neos has also chosen a quality operating partner and put together an orchestrated work capable of offering the high standard of service that has always distinguished the sky blue fleet.

"We are very pleased with this important collaboration with ETF Airways, which represents a further growth opportunity for our business and which will allow us to guarantee our customers the operational stability that distinguishes us, even during periods of high demand, while offering quality and high-level services," says Carlo Stradiotti, Neos CEO.

Neos, awarded as the best Italian airline for punctuality, comfort and quality of services offered, has always made the art of hospitality a true dedication, offering passengers the best way to explore the world: a holiday with Neos begins on board, thanks to a reliable organization and great professionalism, aspects that from today will also be ensured in-flight with ETF.