The Plan Agreement between the Italian Civil Aviation Authority and Cagliari Airport managing company, has been signed today in Rome. The agreement stipulates an investment of about 14,1 million euro in airport infrastructures until 2015. By funding Cagliari Airport, the Italian Civil Aviation Authority will also enable development of the air terminal, the parking facilities and both the external and internal road network.
Cagliari Airport informs all passengers that the Pope's visit to Sardinia on Sunday 22nd September 2013 should not affect commercial air traffic. Scheduled and charter flights will be operated as per timetable. Please refer to flight carriers for last minute schedule changes.
Passengers flying from Cagliari Airport between 7.30AM and 8.45AM or between 6.00PM and 7.00PM are kindly requested to reach the terminal well in advance of their scheduled departure time, as there might be some traffic congestion on the roads leading to the airport.
With 471.665 passengers August 2013 has been the most successful month to date in terms of passenger traffic at
Cagliari Airport launches its new ‘VIP Service’: a wide variety of privileges granted exclusively to the most discerning passengers travelling on scheduled and charter flights. Companies and individual guests can request vip assistance and premium services such as dedicated multilingual hostesses, access to the VIP lounges, Fast Track security checks, priority boarding, porter services, private transfers and much more.
Ryanair will connect Cagliari to London Gatwick and Kaunas during the next winter season. Flights to London will take off 3 times a week (on Monday, Friday and Sunday) starting November 6th, while the route between Cagliari and Kaunas - the second-largest city in Lithuania – will be operated twice a week (on Monday and Thursday) from November 7th. Tickets for both destinations are available on www.ryanair.com from 19,99 euro (one-way fare, terms & conditions apply).
Last Thursday and Friday (27th-28th June 2013) “Cagliari VIVA!" launched its first campaign to raise stroke and heart attack public awareness. Volunteers showed passengers and visitors of Cagliari Airport the basics of CPR and first aid: if needed everyone could be a lifesaver. More info on www.viva2013.it.
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