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Volotea bets bigger on Cagliari Airport

Volotea strengthens its partnership with Cagliari Airport. This year the Spanish carrier will operate 7 non stop connections to and from Cagliari: in addition to Venice, Catania and Ancona, Volotea now flies also to Naples, Genova, Turin and Verona. More big news coming up from the Catania route that will be serviced by Volotea all year round for the first time ever.

FIA: fundraising and awareness campaign for autism

The ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2016. FIA (Italian Autism Foundation) celebrates the day with many other autism organizations around the world with fundraising and an awareness-raising campaign. Donations can be made by sending a text message to 45507. Cagliari Airport supports the campaign along with the Italian Civil Aviation Authority, Assaeroporti and other major Italian airports. Learn more about the campaign on

Discounted fares on Meridiana until March 21st

Meridiana launches today its ‘All you can fly': Sardegna’ campaign. Discounted fares are available on the carrier’s flights operated  to and from Sardinia between April 11th and September 30th 2016 if booked before midnight on March 21st.

Cagliari Airport launches its Summer ‘16 flight schedule

Tour operators, travel agencies and hotel managers have gathered today at Cagliari Airport for the launch of the IATA Summer Season 2016. Starting from March 27th new flights and new carriers will connect South Sardinia with Italy and Europe, along with airlines operating on an annual basis and carriers resuming their traditional summer schedules to and from Cagliari.

New Commercial Director for Cagliari Airport

David Crognaletti has been appointed Head of the Sales&Business unit of Cagliari Airport managing company.

Airport BOD member Cherchi elected Vice Chair of IATBR

Elisabetta Cherchi, member of Cagliari Airport Board of Directors, has been elected Vice Chair of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR), an international organization of scholars, researchers, practitioners, consultants, and public agency professionals dedicated to the advancement of travel behaviour research.


Ms. Cherchi is currently Associate Professor at the Department of Transport, Technical University of Denmark, Deputy Head of the Ph.D. School in DTU Transport, and Lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering, Environment and Architecture, University of Cagliari (Italy).