Economy: Cassell Airport awaits one lakh passengers this Easter Week – Canaves News

Economy: Cassell Airport awaits one lakh passengers this Easter Week - Canaves News

Turin Airport expects approximately 100,000 passengers in the 2022 Easter week. Passengers passing through the airport during Easter week saw an increase of + 25% over the same period in 2019, which was not affected by the pandemic last year. About 80 thousand.
Thanks to the fact that in 2022 Turin Airport offers a variety of destinations that can be reached at very low rates, which allows passengers to combine the best rates and flight times. Ryanair is the carrier leading this strong recovery, carrying more than twice as many passengers during Easter week as recorded in the same period in 2019.

Flights to Billund (March 29), the Danish city where the famous Lego Bricks were born, and to Agadir (April 1), the Moroccan golfing destination; The new flights, which started at base opening in November, also found a continuum: Budapest, Copenhagen, Krakow, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lanzarote, Madrid, Mാഗlaga, Marrakech, Paris Beauvois, Seville, Tel Aviv and Trapani. In the coming weeks, you will be able to visit the Croatian island of Wroclaw (May 2) and Sadar (June 3), the seaside destination in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic (from June 5). For its architectural heritage, debut and cultural. There are a total of 36 destinations (27 of which are international) operated by Irish Carrier Service.

Many other airlines are contributing to the network’s innovative development: Wizz Air offers Lamezia Terme from March 28, and will soon be flying to Skopje (May 26) and Cluj Napoca (August 3); EasyJet connects the tour to London Gatwick for the first time in the summer, while the flight to Paris Orly continues in the winter. Finally, strengthening ties with Greece include new flights to Athens in Volta (from May 27), Santorini (from July 4), Blue Air (from June 23), and from Nyos to Rhodes (from July 13). .).

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“We are very pleased that Easter 2022 will mark the return of traffic,” said Andrea Andorno, CEO of Turin Airport. This is a very positive sign for the resumption of the tourism sector, outgoing after a two-year recession due to the pandemic, but above all, Turin and Piedmont are likely to attract new tourists from abroad throughout the year. Thanks to this rich and ever-expanding network of flights, Turin Airport has been confirmed to be in the service of the region and major events scheduled for the coming months.

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