Brussels Airlines takes off to the capital of Sardinia, Cagliari
Brussels Airlines launches a new service between the European capital and Sardinia. As from the 27th of April, passengers of Brussels Airlines can enjoy 5 weekly flights between Brussels Airlines’ home base and the capital of Sardinia, Cagliari. Brussels Airlines offers excellent value b.light fares starting from 49.99 euros all taxes included for a one-way ticket between Cagliari and Brussels Airport.
Brussels Airlines is the first airline to offer a direct service between Belgium and Sardinia. Up till now passengers had to travel via Rome or Milan to get to their destination. Although Sardinia offers plenty of tourism possibilities, the island’s numerous attractions have been underappreciated in the past due to the lack of direct air transport.
By launching this new service, Brussels Airlines meets the strong market demand for direct air travel between Cagliari and the European capital. It will also improve the trade relations between Belgium and Sardinia.
The strong Italian & Sardinian community in Belgium can finally enjoy the advantages of a direct flight to Cagliari, whilst Brussels Airlines offers the Sardinian population a non-stop service to the European capital and onward connections to all parts of Europe.
Brussels Airlines will operate 5 direct flights a week from Brussels Airport to Cagliari-Elmas’ airport, located in the south of the island.
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The flights between Brussels and Cagliari will be operated with comfortable Avro jets. Passengers will be able to benefit from our b.light fares, as from 49.99 euros one-way, all taxes included. Passengers who want ticket flexibility can save time thanks to the b.flex travel formula. Tickets can be booked online via the website www.brusselsairlines.com or via the travel agencies.
Brussels Airlines also offers flights to 11 other Italian destinations: Milan, Turin, Florence, Venice, Bologna, Rome, Bari, Naples, as well as Palermo and Catania in Sicily. And to complete the line-up, Brussels Airlines now adds Sardinia with this new direct flight to Cagliari.
About Sardinia and Cagliari…
Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari, is located in the south of the island, near the seaside and close to the popular holiday resorts. The island has numerous tourism assets that can be enjoyed during summer, as well as during winter.
Sardinia is renowned for its open-air tourism, with its mountainous landscapes, its oak tree forests and olive wood hills. The cultural and gastronomical wealth of the island can be savored year-round.