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|London (STN)||Ryanair||FR4953||11:35||Landed Late|
|Tirana (TIA)||Blue Panorama Airlines||BV3274||14:25||Landed|
The main airline company, which serves Perugia Airport, is Ryanair, a very popular low-cost carrier. This airline company began their business in the year 2000, and has contributed in a large way to the increase in passenger traffic at many Italian Airports. Ryanair is currently present at twenty-two of Italy’s airports, many of which are smaller airports, for example, Bari, Brindisi, Cagliari, Alghero, Lamezia, Milan-Orio al Serio, Palermo, Pescara, Rome-Ciampino, Trapani, Trieste, Verona and Treviso. Ryanair operates a fleet of 262 new Boeing 737-800, and will soon be placing orders for a further 49 new aircraft. This airline carrier makes over 1,500 flights daily to their base airports, and over 1,200 flights are made daily in 27 low fare routes. Ryanair also serves some 160 destinations. From Perugia Airport, Ryanair offers flights to London-Stansted, Trapani, Cagliari, Girona and Brussels-Charleroi.
The other main airline companies at Perugia Airport are Belle Air, with flights to Tirana, and Skybridge AirOps, with frequent flights to Milan-Malpensa. From Milan, flights are available to all other prominent Italian cities, and a wide range of international destinations. Iberworld is also present at Perugia Airport, with seasonal flights to Palma de Mallorca.
Passengers can reach Perugia and its airport easily from any nearby destination in Italy. The airport is well connected by a couple of major roads and motorways. For example, the A14 Adriatic Motorway runs up the Adriatic coast on the eastern side of the peninsula, and connects areas such as Ancona, Pescara, Pesaro and Rimini. This road is also connected to the E45 that leads to Perugia. Many passengers travel from Rome, and the E45 and A1 del Sole Motorway can be used from this direction. Firenze is also not far from Perugia, and can be reached via the A35 motorway. Towns a little nearer to the airport include Assisi, Citta di Castello, Deruta, Todi, Spoleto and Gubbio. Buses are also frequently available for transport to Perugia Airport from the main bus stop and railway station in Perugia. Taxis are available from these locations as well.
Motorists arriving at Perugia Airport for their departure flight will be pleased to find that the airport offers free parking. This is most unusual for any airport, but is thoroughly enjoy by many passengers, as welcoming break from expensive airport parking fees. There is just a single terminal building at the airport, which is not very large, but sufficient to handle its passengers. Within the building, there is an ATM, a restaurant, a coffee bar, newsagent and tobacconist and currency exchange services. There are also a few car rental agencies for arriving passengers. The terminal is easy for any passenger to navigate, and the facilities are clearly indicated. There is also a shop or two at the airport. Perugia Airport and its staff members are highly recommended as being very helpful, friendly and efficient, and it is said that the airport has a very homely and personal atmosphere, which is a nice change when compared to larger and busier airports.
Passengers should ensure that their baggage is clearly marked with their name, surname and address, and should never leave their bags unattended in the airport building. It is best to check-in hold luggage as early as possible. Baggage should also meet the requirements of the airline company. All airline companies differ in regards to their baggage allowances, and it also varies according to in which class you are travelling, but in general, two items of hold luggage are allowed per passenger, and these two items should not weight more than twenty kilograms each. An excess baggage fine may be charged if your luggage weighs more than the limits set by your airline company. Exact details are usually printed on the back of airline tickets, or you can contact your airline company directly.
Hand luggage is permitted, but should not weigh more than five kilograms, and the total sum of dimensions should not exceed 115 cm. Items such as umbrellas and walking sticks, laptops, cameras and video cameras, coats and jackets, reading material, and baby strollers are also allowed on board the aircraft. Passengers should keep in mind the new liquid regulations which limit the amount of liquid allowed to be carried in hand luggage. All liquids will be checked by security, and should be placed in clear and transparent, re-sealable plastic bags. A total of no more than one liter is allowed, and each liquid should be placed in separate containers of no more than 100 ml. Passengers are requested to wear or bring as few objects made of metal as possible, in order to facilitate the security screening process.
Perugia Airport is accessible to disabled passengers, with adapted toilet facilities and ramps, and further assistance can be requested from the passenger’s airline company. All passengers can expect a very successful departure flight from Perugia Airport. Further information and flight schedules are available online, at http://www.airport.umbria.it.
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