Ryanair: plenty of reasons to celebrate at Cagliari Airport
Ryanair celebrates 25 years of operations in Italy and 22 million passengers passing through Cagliari Airport, the main gateway to Sardinia. Ryanair first began flying in Italy back in 1998, while the airline’s first ever flight from Cagliari took off to Pisa in January 2007. Since then, Ryanair has grown significantly in Cagliari adding domestic and international routes, driving traffic and tourism recovery post-Covid, delivering over 2.7 million passengers p.a. and carrying over 22 million passengers to/from Cagliari to date.
To mark the occasion, Mr Mauro Bolla, the airline’s Country Manager for Italy, has announced Ryanair’s special fares offering one-way tickets from just €25 on Ryanair.com and given gift vouchers to 4 passengers flying today from Cagliari to Madrid. The gift vouchers will be valid on Ryanair’s Cagliari schedule featuring 39 routes, incl. 2 new routes to Gothenburg and Genova, a record schedule indeed, since it will enable the carrier to grow 70% vs Pre-Covid passengers figures.
Cagliari Airport CEO Mr Marino Piga has deemed Ryanair’s significant milestone and its impressive Summer '23 network the result of an ever-growing successful partnership between the airport and the Irish carrier.
(see attached press release for details - IT ONLY)
The lucky passengers celebrate winning Rryanair's gift vouchers with the airline's staff, Cagliari Airport top management, Mr Gianni Chessa and Mr Antonio Moro, respectively Sardinian regional councillors for Tourism and Transports.