Volotea, first assessment: “The non-stop flights all on time or even in advance”

Volotea, first assessment: “The non-stop flights all on time or even in advance”
Volotea, first assessment: “The non-stop flights all on time or even in advance”

“Volotea, the low cost airline that connects medium-sized cities and European capitals with each other, recorded excellent performances in the first weekend of territorial continuity. The carrier, in fact, achieved very high punctuality rates (OTP 15 – 95%) on all flights to and from Sardinia, with peaks of 100% in Alghero and Olbia: in some cases, arrivals were even recorded several minutes early ”.

The airline itself drew up the balance, in a note.

“A result – adds the company – which reconfirms the reliability of the carrier and its commitment to respond in the best possible way to the travel needs of the inhabitants of the island. Finally, it should not be forgotten that from today 18 October the management of Volotea territorial continuity will start at full speed, with up to 266 flights every week ”.

“Already from the first weekend of territorial continuity, – commented Isidre Porqueras Orea, Chief Operating Officer of the carrier – Volotea has proven to be a reliable and comfortable company, operating all flights, as scheduled, with the utmost punctuality. This is a truly significant result, considering the tight timing with which we had to take action to get on track with the new routes. The launch of the new frequencies available from today will allow us to better satisfy the travel needs of citizens and entrepreneurs of the local community: we believe – concludes the manager – it is essential to be able to guarantee, even in a period of less traffic such as winter, connections that bring Sardinia closer to the rest of Italy “.

(Unioneonline / lf)

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