Tomorrow 31st May the low cost carrier Volotea will resume its flight connections between Cagliari Airport and Venice and Ancona. The flights to Venice will be operated on a daily basis, while the Ancona route will be served twice a week. Good news for passengers flying with Volotea: purses, laptops and similar items will be allowed on board in addition to the cabin bag with no additional charges.
The Frecce Tricolori, the aerobatic demonstration team of the Italian Air Force, will be the stars of the air show held at Poetto beach on June 7th. For safety reasons, Cagliari Airport airspace will be temporarily closed during training sessions and display on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th from 5.30PM till 6.30PM local time. For more information on potential schedule changes, please contact your airline.
Today the low cost carrier Volotea together with Cagliari Airport have hosted a workshop dedicated to travel agents, DMCs and tour operators based in South Sardinia. Volotea is currently planning to increase its share market in Sardinia and looking carefully for successful opportunities to cooperate with new and motivated business partners from the Sardinian tourism industry.
Starting this week on May 3rd Germanwings will connect Cagliari and Dusseldorf with a direct flight. The new route will be operated on a weekly basis (Saturday) while the Stuttgart and Cologne/Bonn flights remain both twice a week (Thursday and Saturday). Tickets for the entire Germanwings network are available online at www.germanwings.com.
The Irish low cost carrier has announced its plans for Winter '14-’15: Ryanair will operate 12 routes connecting Cagliari to major domestic and international destinations with 134 flights every week. The airline expects to host more than 1,4 Million passengers per year on its routes to and from Cagliari Airport and is ready to celebrate with discounted fares valid on its entire network in May and June 2014. Tickets from 19,99 € are available on www.ryanair.com until midnight Monday, 21st April.
Cagliari Airport and Assaeroporti, the Italian Airport Association, are pleased to support the national campaign launched by AISM in order to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis. The Italian Association for Multiple Sclerosis will be engaged in a major fundraising event named ‘Gardenia 2014’ taking place in 3.000 Italian cities on 8th and 9th March. Multiple sclerosis affects women twice as often as men: raising money for MS research on Women’s Day means helping women and their families to fight back the disease in a more effective way. For more information: www.aism.it.
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