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New EU certification for Cagliari Airport

Following the upgrade of the national certification, the main Sardinian airport has now been certified in accordance with EU Regulation n. 139/2014. ENAC, the National Civil Aviation Authority, has successfully verified the compliance of Cagliari Airport infrastructures, organisation and safety procedures with European standards before issuing the new certification. Today Mr. Roberto Vergari of ENAC top management, has met the airport’s Board of Directors and its managers to celebrate the occasion.

August: another record breaking month at Cagliari Airport

Figures for August have revealed Cagliari Airport saw 548,514 passengers travel through the terminal, 62,780 more than the same month in 2016, giving 12.9 percent growth when compared to the same month last year. August was the second consecutive month of record breaking growth for the main Sardinian hub and the best ever at Cagliari Airport. International traffic grew by 48.7 per cent, while travellers on national routes increased by 3.1%.

Cagliari Airport sets passenger record in July

July marked the busiest month in Cagliari Airport’s history with 537,045 airline passengers, topping a record of 513,029 units set in August 2016. The number of travelers boarded or arrived represents a 13.8 percent jump from a year earlier. Year-to-date, 2,288,581 passengers flew in or out of Cagliari Airport, a 12.32 percent increase from the same period last year. Traffic peaked on July 29th with 22,565 travelers.

Brand new Social Wall at Cagliari Airport

Innovation and technology are the key to success in the aviation business. Confcommercio Sardegna, ENAC ,CRS4, SOGAER, Geasar, Sogeaal and Sara Giada Gerini worked together on “Airport4all”, a project meant to enable all passengers to easily access flight information. The brand new social wall in the departures area and the Airport4All app promise to make air travel smarter and more fun also for families with children, elderly and disabled passengers.

Gabor Pinna is Cagliari Airport’s new chairman

Cagliari Airport’s Board of Shareholders has appointed Mr. Gavino Pinna (aka Gabor Pinna) as the new chairman of the airport’s managing company. Mr Pinna previously served as vice president of Cagliari Airport. The decision was announced this morning by Mr. Maurizio De Pascale, president of Cagliari Chamber of Commerce which is the company’s majority shareholder. Other members of Cagliari Airport’s board are now Mr. Alberto Bertolotti, Ms. Monica Pilloni, Ms. Marina Rubini and Mr. Alberto Scanu. The members of the Supervisory Board are Mr.Giuseppe Farese (president), Mr. Andrea Dore, Ms. Rita Manca, Ms. Marinella Mascia and Mr.Mario Salaris.

Cagliari Airport and CRS4 team up for innovation

The managing company of Cagliari Airport and CRS4, the Sardinian technological research centre located in Pula, have signed an agreement on future collaboration regarding innovative technological solutions for airport operations, new means of communication to passengers and applications capable of making air travel easier and more enjoyable for all travellers. The new partnership aims to develop creative tools to improve information and communication on and about the airport.