Ryanair announces new routes to and from Sardinia

The low cost company will connect the island to mainland Italy and Europe


The Irish low cost carrier Ryanair intends to strengthen its presence in Sardinia with several new routes that will connect the airports of Alghero and Cagliari with many new locations in Italy and in Europe.

In Alghero, on February 3, the Bologna-Alghero route will be activated; from March 31 the airport will be connected with Trieste and Ancona and from April 1, with Parma. In addition, on March 30, it will be connected to the following European destinations: Brussels Charleroi, Dublin, Frankfurt Hahn, Memmingen and Torp, followed by Billund, Gothenburg, Stockholm and London Luton.

Cagliari airport will see three new national links with Pescara, Trieste and Perugia while abroad it will be possible to reach the airports of Baden Baden, Madrid, Krakow, Dusseldorf, Marseille and Valencia.