Since April 15, flights between Italy and Poland have resumed. Three Italian Air Force Boeing KC-767As (reg. MM26667/8/9) have carried out several flights to the Polish airport of Rzeszow, an international hub for military aid to Ukraine. Most of these flights were operated from Verona.
These types of flights had stopped for a few weeks, but in recent days they seem to have picked up momentum (just yesterday we counted two). Looking at the flight tracks, it is then evident that the ban on overflight of Hungarian territory (still respected during the flight on April 15) seems to have been lifted, suggesting a greater openness in this regard by the Hungarian government (which banned entry into its airspace for aircraft, including NATO, carrying military aid to Ukraine).
We do not know what kind of aid it is (Italian supplies are made under maximum secrecy), but it is evident that Rome’s support for Kiev continues regularly (and indeed, it appears more sustained in recent days).