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Omphalos, the book: launch at the airport

Sergio Frau will launch his latest book, Omphalos, Il Primo Centro del Mondo - Il paradiso che divenne inferno on Tuesday 24th Oct. 2017 at Cagliari Airport’s Business Centre. Starting from 6 p.m., the author will be joined by Alessio Grazietti (Cagliari Airport General Manager), fellow writers Ettore Tronci and Tonino Bussu, Pino Calledda (astronomer), Claudio Giardino (archaeometallurgist from the University of Salento). Musician Enzo Favata (saxophone) and journalist Mario Tozzi (voice) will perform a premiere of their reading “Sardegna, Le Radici della Storia”.

Volotea adds Bordeaux and Lyon to its Summer destinations

The Spanish low cost carrier announces two brand new routes for its Summer ’18 network at Cagliari Airport:. The French cities of Bordeaux and Lyon will be connected to South Sardinia with regular scheduled flights by Volotea during THE next IATA season in the coming year. Please visit www.volotea.com for further details.

Passenger figures hit new record in September

Cagliari Airport posts new seasonal passenger record: from June to September 2017 over 2 million travellers have chosen the main Sardinian hub, an increase of +14.5% on the previous year. With a total of 471,195 passengers served, September 2017 performed very strongly becoming the best September ever in Cagliari Airport’s history.

Cagliari Airport: Alberto Scanu new CEO

On September 25th 2017 Cagliari Airport’s Board of Directors has chosen Mr. Alberto Scanu as the new company’s CEO. Yesterday’s board meeting was presided by Mr. Gabor Pinna and was attended by Monica Pilloni, Marina Rubini and Alberto Bertolotti (board members), together with the members of Cagliari Airport’s Board of Statutory Auditors.

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%.