Volotea opens Naples base with two A319s

 

Volotea opens Naples base with two A319s

 

Volotea opens Naples base with two A319s

A fantastic cake!  Just what’s needed, and even more so during coronavirus.

Volotea on 3 July opened its Naples base, becoming the airline’s sixth base in Italy.

The carrier has served the Southern Italy city since 2013, ending last year with 460,000 seats. 

Volotea served 20 Italian airports last year, of which Naples was its second-largest by seats, OAG Schedules Analyser shows. But it was not a base.

Volotea opens Naples base with two A319s

In the foreground, from left to right: Margherita Chiaramonte, Director of Business Aviation Development of GESAC; Roberto Barbieri, CEO of GESAC; and Valeria Rebasti, Volotea’s Commercial Country Manager Italy & Southeastern Europe.

With two based 156-seat A319s, Volotea will operate 17 routes from Naples this summer, all domestically and to Greece. Palermo is most-served, with a twice-daily service, while Catania has 11-weekly.

For summer 2021, new Volotea routes will operate from Naples to Alicante, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Marseille, and Nantes.

Volotea opens Naples base with two A319s (3)

Source: OAG Mapper.


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