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In Flight towards the summer

Sogaer (Cagliari Airport Management Company) today, Thursday 24 March, held a press conference to present the IATA Summer Season 2022 connections network.

The new programming, starting on Sunday 27 March, includes over 18,000 scheduled flights , with 38 national and 53 international connections, for a total of 91 connections , including 15 new routes .

Wide choice of international flights , including the 13 new direct connections to Bilbao , Carcassonne , Hanover , Lille , London Gatwick , Madrid , Nice , Nuremberg , Palma de Mallorca , Poznan , Seville , Strasbourg and Moscow (pending confirmation).

Here are the 15 new line connections:

  • Bilbao operated with 1 weekly flight from Volotea
  • Bolzano operated with 1 weekly flight from Sky Alps
  • Carcassonne operated with 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Hannover operated with 1 weekly flight from Volotea
  • Lille operated with 1 flight per week from Volotea
  • London Gatwick operated up to 7 flights per week by British Airways
  • Madrid operated 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Nice operated with 2 flights per week from Volotea
  • Nuremberg operated with 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Palma de Mallorca operated 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Poznan operated with 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Seville operated with 2 flights per week by Ryanair
  • Strasbourg operated with 1 flight per week from Volotea
  • Venice operated with 14 flights a week from Ryanair and 3 flights a week from Wizz Air
  • Moscow operated by S7, but awaiting confirmation based on international developments

Ryanair, the main European low-cost carrier, increases its capacity in Cagliari by more than 50% with the third aircraft based since May .

Carcassonne, Madrid, Nuremberg, Palma de Mallorca, Poznan and Seville are the 6 new routes that are added to those confirmed for Brussels Charleroi, Budapest, Krakow, Dublin, Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt Hahn, Karlsruhe-Baden, London Stansted, Malta, Paris Beauvais, Porto, Valencia, Warsaw Modlin and Vienna for a total of 20 international destinations.

Volotea, thanks to its operational base at Cagliari Airport, brings to 11 the destinations of its international network which in Summer ’22 will include, in addition to the 5 novelties in Bilbao, Hannover, Lille, Nice and Strasbourg, also the already tested Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Prague and Toulouse.

EasyJet will operate 5 international connections confirming flights to Basel, Berlin (BER), Geneva, London Gatwick and Paris Orly.

Eurowings remains faithful to its historic 4 German destinations: Hamburg, Cologne, Dusseldorf and Stuttgart.

Lufthansa flights to Frankfurt and Munich are also confirmed.

The Vueling company will continue its annual connection with Barcelona El Prat.

Air France will operate up to 11 flights per week to Paris CDG.

KLM will operate up to one daily flight on the route to Amsterdam.

Also confirmed the presence of British Airways which will connect Cagliari Airport with London Gatwick Airport on a daily basis.

Transavia France will operate up to 3 weekly flights to the French airport of Paris Orly, while Luxembourg will be reachable twice a week thanks to Luxair.

The Swiss capital Zurich will be served up to 6 times a week by the carrier Edelweiss.

Vienna will be reachable twice a week with Austrian Airlines.

Prague will see confirmed the two flights a week historically proposed by Smartwings.

National Network:

Ryanair offers a range of 18 national destinations: Bari, Bergamo, Bologna, Brindisi, Catania, Cuneo, Milan Malpensa, Naples, Palermo, Parma, Perugia, Pisa, Rimini, Rome Ciampino, Turin, Trieste, Venice M. Polo and Verona .

Volotea will, on the other hand, operate on 9 domestic routes and will connect Cagliari with Ancona, Genoa, Milan Linate *, Naples, Pescara, Rome Fiumicino *, Turin, Venice M. Polo and Verona.

EasyJet will fly to Milan Malpensa and Naples.

Wizz Air will serve the airports of Milan Malpensa and Venice.

Neos, on the other hand, will sail to Bologna, Milan Malpensa and Verona.

Finally, Sky Alps will fly to Bolzano once a week.