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Travel through the town of Alghero and experience one of Italy's finest cities. This unique town is located in the northwestern coast of the island of Sardinia, Italy. Alghero had been settled in Sardinia since pre-historic times where the Catanal - Aragones and Spanish Hapsburgs were able to colonize this part of Italy. Their historical center was heavily damaged when the town was bombed during the World War II. The residents of the town even experienced Malaria, but they overcame that epidemic and has become a popular tourist destination since then.
The official language in Alghero today is Italian. It evolved from Catalan to Spanish, and then eventually to Italian. There are still a number of residents who speak Catalan and almost all of them (90%) can still understand the language. Churches built during the reign of the Catalan invaders still have evidence and traces of the original Catalan - Gothic parts, like in the church of St. Francis where the bell tower and the high altar show traces of these original architectures. These churches are considered main sites of the town as it showcases Alghero's rich culture and history.
Alghero Airport (also known as Alghero - Fertilia Airport or Fertilia Airport) is an international airport eight km North Northwest from the city of Alghero. It is one of the three main airports in the region of Sardinia. Olbia (Northeast of Sardinia) and Cagliari (South of Sardinia) are the other two international airports. The Fertilia Airport is operated by the Societa de Giestione Aeroporto di Alghero (SOGEAAL). It has an old terminal building and also a new terminal, where other facilities efficiently accommodate incoming and outgoing passengers.
Airplanes ascend and land over an asphalt surfaced runway that runs 45 by 3,000 meters. Inquiries and reservation for flights can easily be made in the Airport Information Booth and suggestions for the city's tourist destinations can be asked at the Tourist Help desk. ATMs are strategically placed all over the airport, and a bank and a currency exchange bureau can also help you out when in need of local currency. Duty-free shops can offer a variety of items, and there are also outlets that sell locally manufactured gifts and handicraft items. Our Alghero airport transfers can take you to the town of Alghero, which is 15 minutes away from Fertilia Airport.
Alghero Airport Guide
Alghero Airport is locally known as Fertilia Airport. Aside from these names, it is also internationally recognized as Alghero-Fertilia Airport. This is an international airport and is located northwest of Alghero City which is situated in Sardinia in Italy. This airport is operated by Societa di Gestione Aeroporto di Alghero (SOGEAAL). This serves three places including Alghero, Porto Torres and Sassari.
Every year, an estimated 950,000 domestic passengers go through this airport when heading to Alghero or other neighboring areas. While around one million international passengers pass through this airport. Most passengers from several countries often drop by this airport during summer.
There are ten airline companies that have flights to and from Alghero Airport. Thomson Airways, TUIfly Nordic and Jettime have charter flights to Londo-Gatwick, Copenhagen in Sotckholm and Bilbbund, Copenhagen and Oslo-Gardemoen, respectively. There are also seasonal flights from other airlines. First is Air One bound to Bologna, Turin and Milan-Malpensa. Second is Ryanair with season flights to Ancona, Parma, Dublin, London-Luton, Gothenburg City, Billund Pescara and Brastilava.
And of course, there are airline companies with regular flights to the airport. First is Alitalia bound to Milan-Linate and Rome-Firumicino and second is Smart Wings with Prague as its destination. Third is Easy Jet to Milan-Malpensa and the fourth one is Wizz Air with flights to Bucharest-Henri which will start operating in May 2013. Another airline known as Meridiana Fly has flights to Girona, Hahn, London-Stansted, Madrid, Pisa and will soon have flights to Bologna, Turin, Verona, Naples, Milan-Linate, Bergamo, Brussels, Cuneo and Dortmund starting December 2012.
Right now, the terminal Alghero Airport has one runway with measurements of 3,300 feet by 10,825 feet, seventeen check-in decks and seven gates. Some services that are available in the airport are travel agencies, car rentals operated by Europcar, Avis and Hertz as well as ATM machines situated in arrivals hall. There are also two food concessions and gift and Duty Free shops where passengers can kill time by eating or shopping. The airport also offers WiFi connection so that individuals will have something to do while waiting for their scheduled flights.