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Sardinia Airport Alghero
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Sardinia Airport Fertilia or Alghero Airport
(Airport code: AHO, ICAO: LIEA) situated 4.3 NM (8.0 km) north northwest of the city of Alghero, in northern Sardinia in Italy. It is named for the nearby village of Fertilia. It is one of the three main airports serving Sardinia, the others one being Olbia in the northeast, and near Cagliari in the south.
Domestic flights from nine Italian airports provide around 650,000 passengers annually for the years 2000 to 2004, while fifteen international connections have had as a result a dramatic increase of passenger traffic from 100,000 in 2000 to 400,000 in 2004, bringing total traffic to about 1 million passengers per year.
In 1994, SO.GE.A.AL SpA was born and received the urgent authorization to operating by Civilavia waiting for the general management license, it began activities on March, 15th 1996.
During last years, the general activity has been rich of commitments and results also from the social point of view, in particular looking at innovations and developments of air transportation national and european rules.
Important structural and modernisation works within the Terminal will have been completed by 2008: terminal spaces will have been optimised, in order to make the Airport of Alghero into a functional, welcoming structure for travellers and those working at the airport.
Sardinia Airport Contact
Regione Nuraghe Biancu
07041 Alghero (SS) P.IVA 01635090903
Tel.: (+39) 079 935282/935011
Fax: (+39) 935219
Sardinia Airport Alghero (AHO)