If you were wondering how to skip the long drive down Italy’s peninsula, a new flight route in Campania has been created, going to Costa d’Amalfi a Salerno-Pontecagnano. It will be inaugurated on July 31 by Italy’s president, Giorgio Napolitano, and will be named after the explorer from these parts, Umberto Nobile.
The newairport will put visitors in more direct contact with the Campania region, fulfulling a dream of tourist operators in the area. Salerno will be connected with Malta by the first flight, followed by OrionAir which will start flights on 2nd August, to and from Milan Malpensa, Bucarest and Barcellona. Go to volasalerno for more information and to buy tickets.
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