Volotea, the low-cost airline connecting small and medium cities and Europe’s capitals, opened its sixth Italian base on July 3 in Naples. Following last October’s announcement, the company has now based two Airbus A319s at the Campanian airport. The move will enable the airline to consolidate its presence in time for the summer season by focusing mainly on domestic flights, with several routes to Greece also running. Before becoming a Volotea base, Naples was already the first airport in Italy, and second in the Volotea network, in volume of available seats. Passengers will be able to travel from Naples to 17 destinations – 9 in Italy and 8 abroad. To celebrate the occasion, the airline is offering a special discounted rate: starting at 9€, tickets will be available on routes flying from Naples.
Volotea strongly believes in the region’s tourism potential and, with the launch of its new base, intends to grow the number of passengers travelling to Naples while also offering a range of destinations to Campanian residents.