Ryanair: 5 new routes to South Sardinia in Winter 2017/18
5 new Ryanair routes to Cagliari Airport in Winter 2017/18: Ryanair, the most famous European low cost air company, announced 5 more routes to South Sardinia for the next Winter IATA 2017/18 (from the November 1th, up to the end of March 2018). They all are routes already active during the Summer to take tourists to our island, but now London in UK, Barcelona and Madrid in Spain, Frankfurt in Germany and Catania in Sicily will be easily reachable during the next Winter too. All year round, basically. A very important news for all the people who decided to buy a home and live in Sardinia.
Ryanair flights from/to South Sardinia in Winter 2017/18:
Here is the full list of all the 18 routes and 76 flights operated by Ryanair during the next Winter from Cagliari, the biggest Sardinia airport, with more than 4 millions of passengers per year.
- Barcelona Girona: 3 times per week
- London Stansted: 3 times per week
- Bruxelles Charleroi: 2 times per week
- Kraków: 2 times per week
- Frankfurt-Hahn: 2 times per week
- Madrid: 2 times per week
- Paris Beauvais: 2 times per week
- Milan Bergamo: 16 times per week (more than 2 times per day)
- Rome Ciampino: 9 times per week
- Pisa: 7 a settimana
- Bologna: 7 times per week
- Catania: 4 times per week
- Treviso: 4 times per week
- Verona: 4 times per week
- Cuneo: 3 times per week
- Bari: 2 times per week
- Parma: 2 times per week
- Trapani: 2 times per week
For more information and booking go to Ryanair official website.
How to arrive from Cagliari airport to north Sardinia (and vice versa):
- Olbia (in the North East of Sardinia) is connected to Cagliari (in the South of the island) by taxi, bus or train. The train takes a few more than 3 hours to connect the 2 Sardinian cities and the ticket costs between 18 and 21 euros.
- Also Sassari and Alghero (in the North West of Sardinia) are connected to Cagliari by taxi, bus or train. In this case the train takes 2 hours and 45 minutes to arrive to Sassari. and the ticket costs 16,50 euros. Then you have to make a new ticket and change train to arrive up to Alghero (it needs half hour), this line is operated by a different company: ARST.
I recall to you all that Cagliari airport has its own railway station (you have to look for “Elmas Aeroporto” on Trenitalia official website) making it very easy to travel by train.