Cagliari Airport (CAG)

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Cagliari International Airport Elmas (IATA: CAG, ICAO: LIEE) is the main international gateway of the Italian island of Sardinia and the primary international airport of the city of Cagliari. It is located at the southern tip of the island, nearby the municipality of Elmas, at 7 kilometers of Cagliari downtown.

 

 

Along with Olbia Airport and Alghero Airport, it is the major airport of the isle in terms of passengers.

Cagliari Airport is the major international gateway of Sardinia.
Cagliari Airport is the major international gateway of Sardinia.
Ryanair is the main airline serving Cagliari Airport.
Ryanair is the main airline serving Cagliari Airport.
By train it is easy to directly transfer to Cagliari downtown.
By train it is easy to directly transfer to Cagliari downtown.
Cagliari is the largest and main city of Sardinia.
Cagliari is the largest and main city of Sardinia.
The Basilica of San Saturnino was built to honour the saint patron of Sardinia.
The Basilica of San Saturnino was built to honour the saint patron of Sardinia.
From the Terrazza Umberto I at the sea shore you’ll get magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea.
From the Terrazza Umberto I at the sea shore you’ll get magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea.
The city walls of Castello are one of the most well-conserved sights of Cagliari old town.
The city walls of Castello are one of the most well-conserved sights of Cagliari old town.
Ryanair is the major airline operating in Cagliari Airport.
Cagliari Airport handled 3,686,486 passengers in 2016.

 

Terminal Information

Cagliari Airport has a single and modern passenger terminal able to handle over 4 million passengers during peak hours. It serves both international and domestic flights operated by major European airlines worldwide. The terminal is formed by three levels, distributed as follows:

 

Ground floor: The Arrivals hall.

 

First floor: The Departures and the Check-in hall.

 

Second floor: The Food court.

 

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Contact information:

Find below several contact information regarding Cagliari Airport:

 

Touristic information: +39 070 2112 1281

 

Lost & Found: +39 070 211 21 523

 

First Aid Station: +39 070 241344

 

Address: Via dei Trasvolatori snc, Elmas, Sardinia, ITALY

Phone: +39 070 211 211

oggettismaeeiti@cagliariairport.it

Facilities and Services

Cagliari Airport offers the following services to passengers:

 

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Transport

The following means of transport are available at Cagliari Airport to get to the city center:

 

Bus: There isn’t any available bus transportation in Cagliari Airport.

 

Train: There is a railway station located in the underground level of the main terminal. It is possible to transfer to Cagliari city center, old town, within just 7 minutes!

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Taxi: Get to Cagliari downtown within 10 minutes.

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Car rental: If you wish to explore Cagliari in your own, the car rental companies’ booths are located next to the multistorey car park. You can also book your car through our searching engine.

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About Cagliari

Cagliari, in Sardinian Casteddu (castle), is the largest and capital city of the Italian island of Sardinia, which is an autonomous region within Italy. In the past, the city stayed under the rule of several empires: Cartago, the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Spanish Empire and the Kingdom of Sardinia (1324 – 1848). When visiting Cagliari, it is worth to see the old medieval town (Castello), where the former city walls are very well conserved. Part of this walls are the Torre di San Pancrazio and the Torre dell’Elefante, a couple of towers dated of early 14th-century, from where you’ll get magnificent views to the Mediterranean Sea and the city. Other interesting sighs are the Basilica of San Saturnino, a 5th century church dedicated to the patron saint of Cagliari, the Cagliari Cathedral, The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bonaria, built by the Catalans along with the Chiesa della Purissima, and the the Promenade Deck and the Terrazza Umberto I. If you are foodie, you should definitely try the Cagliari cuisine, since it has Sicilian, Catalan and Genoese influences, giving it a very particular character.

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