Flights to Sardinia

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Sardinia has 3 airports, 2 in the north and 1 in the south: 

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Olbia Airport

It serves the north-east of Sardinia: the Costa Smeralda and tourist areas such as Budoni, San Teodoro, Golfo Aranci, Porto Rotondo, Arzachena, the Archipelago of La Maddalena, Palau and Santa Teresa di Gallura.

The main companies flying direct to Olbia are Air Italy (former-Meridiana), Alitalia, AirBerlin, Lufthansa and Iberia. Low cost companies include Easyjet, Vueling, Eurowings and Air Baltic.

To reach your destination, take a taxi or a bus of the TurmoTravel Group.

Alghero Airport

It serves the north-west and central eastern and western areas of Sardinia: Santa Teresa di Gallura, Castelsardo, Sassari, Porto Torres, Stintino, Argentiera, Bosa, Oristano, Tresnuraghes and S’Archittu.

Flights are provided here by Alitalia and the low cost companies Wizz Air, Easyjetand Ryanair.

To reach your destination you can either book a taxi or take a regional ARST bus (public scheduled service), or a bus from a private company such as Sardabus or Digitur. Redentours organises buses for Nuoro.

Cagliari Airport

It serves the south of Sardinia: Oristano, Portu Maga, Buggerru, Masua, Carloforte, Carbonia, Porto Pinetto, Chia, Pula, Villasimius, Costa Rei, Porto Corallo.

The following companies operate flights from here: Delta Airlines, EasyJet, Eurowings, Iberian, KLM, Vueling, Alitalia, Volotea, Air France, Air Malta, Austrian, British Airways, Edelweiss, Lufthansa, Smartwings and Ryanair.

To reach your destination, book a taxi or a bus or take a bus operated by the regional company ARST.

Direct flights to Sardinia

Airports in the following European states and cities operate direct flights to Sardinia. 

Olbia Airport:

Italy: flights from Genoa, Naples Verona, Turin, Milan, Bari, Venice, Palermo, Bologna, Rome and Pisa.

Switzerland: flights from Zurich, Ginevra, Basel and Berne.

France: flights from Bordeaux, Nice, Lyon, Strasburg, Paris, Toulouse, Nantes, Lille and Metz.

Germany: flights from Berlin, Munich, Nuremburg, Düsseldorf, Hannover, Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Frankfurt.

Holland: flights from Amsterdam.

Belgium: flights from Brussels.

England: flights from London, Manchester and Bristol.


Cagliari Airport: 

Italy: flights from Pisa, Cuneo, Genoa, Naples, Milan, Rome, Turin, Venice, Verona, Catania, Parma, Bologna, Bari and Ancona.

Switzerland flights from Geneva, Zurich,Basil and Berne.

France: flights from Bordeaux, Toulouse, Nice, Paris, Nantes and Lyon.

Germany: flights from Düsseldorf, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Hannover and Hamburg.

Holland: flights from Amsterdam.

Belgium: flights from Brussels.

England: flights from London and Manchester.


Alghero Airport:

Italy: flights from Pisa, Naples, Bologna, Milan, Genoa, Venice, Verona, Turin and Rome.

Switzerland: flights from Geneva.

France: no direct flights.

Germany: flights from Memmingen, Berlin and Frankfurt.

Holland: flights from Eindhoven and Amsterdam.

Belgium: flights from Brussels.

England: flights from London, Manchester and Birmingham.

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Flights to Sardinia are available from Italian and European airports and this makes the island very accessible. Around the year, more frequently during the summer, highly affordable Sardinia flight tickets allow you to reach the Sardinian airports of Olbia, Alghero and Cagliari.

Take a flight to the Island not involve an exasperating research: to get the best deals available it is important to select the airport closest to your accommodation and, obviously, to book in advance.

Sardinia is located in the centre of the Mediterranean and can be easily reached by sea too. It is served by several ferry routes from Rome, Genoa and Naples but also from France and Spain. The main ferry lines are the Sardinia Ferries, Tirrenia, and the Moby lines.

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