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The Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) confirms that operations at Cagliari Airport are regular. Due to refueling procedures, some delays are expected today.

 

 

(see attachment for ENAC press release n. 67/2018)

 

 

 

 

 

L’annuncio è di oggi: dalla prossima stagione invernale, Ryanair aumenta rotte e frequenze del proprio network per portare i passeggeri trasportati da e per l’Italia a 39 milioni e aumentare i propri volumi di traffico del 5%.

 

Nell’inverno 2018-2019 protagonista anche l’Aeroporto di Cagliari che lancerà quattro nuove rotte della low cost irlandese: Baden Baden, Porto, Siviglia e Valencia (tutte con frequenze bisettimanali). Fra le novità, anche l’estensione dei collegamenti con Düsseldorf-Weeze e Varsavia-Modlin.

 

Confermate anche Barcellona-Girona, Bruxelles-Charleroi, Cracovia, Francoforte-Hahn, Londra-Stansted, Madrid e Parigi-Beauvais. In totale, nel prossimo inverno le destinazioni internazionali di Ryanair a Cagliari saliranno così a quota 13 (+85,7%). Tutti i voli sono già disponibili online sul sito www.ryanair.com.

 

Come da consuetudine, Ryanair festeggia il lancio della programmazione invernale 2018/2019 dall’Italia nel modo più gradito ai suoi passeggeri, ovvero con l’offerta di posti a soli 19,99 euro (sola andata, si applicano termini e condizioni) prenotabili su www.ryanair.com fino alla mezzanotte di domenica 4 marzo 2018.

 

A disposizione dei passeggeri in partenza da Cagliari sui voli Ryanair, la low cost propone ora tariffe sempre più basse e le più recenti innovazioni del programma “Always Getting Better”, tra cui:

·         Tariffa ridotta per il bagaglio in stiva – una tariffa da 25€, un bagaglio da 20kg

·         Voli in coincidenza a Roma, Milano e Porto, e a seguire da altri aeroporti

·         Ryanair Rooms con Credito di Viaggio del 10%

·         Ryanair Transfers - ampia scelta di mezzi di trasporto via terra con il nuovo partner Car Trawler

·         Massima puntualità - il 90% dei voli sarà in orario

·         Prezzo garantito - se si trova una tariffa più economica, verrà rimborsata la differenza sul proprio conto MyRyanair con un bonus aggiuntivo di €5. 

Volotea to open its new base in Cagliari

Volotea will open an operational base in Cagliari Airport in 2019. Both business and leisure traffic will benefit from the airline’s decision that has been announced today. The low cost carrier plans to open new routes from Sardinia’s major airport and to operate all year round in order to meet tourists’ growing expectations and offer more transportation options to Sardinians. Visit www.volotea.com to book your next flight to and from Cagliari.

Alberto Scanu new statutory auditor for Assaeroporti

Assaeroporti, the association uniting the Italian airport managing companies, has named its new governance bodies. Mr Palenzona and Mr Cavalleri were re-elected respectively Chairman and Vice Chairman. Mr Bellingardi, Mr De Carolis and Mr Scarpa have also been named Vice Chairmen. 

Tax Free: electronic invoicing now mandatory

As of September 1st 2018, it is mandatory to issue an electronic invoice for tax-free sales to travellers resident or domiciled in non-EU countries. If you wish to receive VAT refund/remission, please make sure that the point of sale issues an electronic invoice. Check www.adm.gov.it for more information.

 

Cagliari Airport successfully hosts Miss Italia event

Miss Italia beauty contest has just wrapped its Sardinian final at Cagliari Airport. The main hangar of the former military airport provided a unique backdrop for the stage where contestants walked and danced numerous times before the jury could announce the winner. Bianca Fusco, 20, from Cagliari, will represent Sardinia with other 7 beauty queens at the national finals in Jesolo and Milan scheduled for next month. The event and its perfect location inside Cagliari Aiport have been broadcasted live by Videolina, the main regional tv channel.

Nonnis’ artwork displayed @TAG

Cagliari Airport’s General Aviation Terminal (TAG) welcomes Franco Nonnis and his colourful mannequins layered with fabrics, paint, gold and resin. The Sardinian artist who is currently showing his work at museums and galleries also in London, has arrived at the airport’s most exclusive location to showcase a leg of his journey from chaos to harmony and beauty. VIPs, executives and international tourists flying to the TAG in South Sardinia for business or leisure this summer will enjoy the extraordinary richness of Nonnis’ artwork until September 18th 2018.