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Salerno / Pontecagnano Airport:
Ryanair expressed an interst in flying from Salerno.
Have any low cost carriers expressed an interst in flying to England?
According the the Italian Wikipedia article, the airport has been open since the 1920s, and expanded its runway in April 2009 to handle jets like the B737 and A320. Current scheduled service is to Verona only.
Airports don't fly anywhere. They just sit there and let the planes come to them.
I am given to understand it opened in mid 2008 and closed soon after is this still the case?
Is the airport open and where does it fly to?
According to the Italian Wikipedia article, Pontecagnano is a joint military-civilian airport with scheduled airline service to Milan Malpensa (MXP), Catania (CTA), Verona (VRN), Barcelona (BCN), Bucharest (BBU), and Munich (MUC). It also hosts a fair bit of bizjet traffic, as well as the long-established Aeroclub di Salerno, which includes a flying school:
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