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SEA Prime records high volumes for Milan Grand Prix
The high volumes achieved during this year's Italian Grand Prix confirm the fundamental role of Milano Prime as an efficient and exclusive gateway to the most important events in the Milanese territory, says the company.
SEA Prime managed 750 aircraft and helicopter movements for this year's Formula 1 in Milan.

SEA Prime has recorded very positive results during the recent 2023 edition of the Italian Grand Prix.

Between 1-4 September, the company oversaw a total of about 750 business aviation movements at Linate and Malpensa airports, with a peak of 300 movements on the Sunday. These results reflect the positive trend recorded by one of the most followed sporting events in Italy, which attracted more than 330,000 spectators from all over the world.

During the GP weekend, SEA Prime operations, with the support of ENAV, the Italian air traffic control organisation, and ENAC, its civil aviation authority, managed the helicopter shuttle operated by Elilombarda, with a special procedure to enable spectators to easily reach the Monza Autodrome racing circuit directly from the apron. It performed a total of 134 helicopter rotations. The aircraft of the Presidency of the Republic of Italy and the iconic Frecce Tricolori aerobatic team, for the traditional display before the start of the Grand Prix, also took off from Linate airport.

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