It does not receive public funding
Editor in chief:

Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram LinkedIn

Italy looks to the G7: the plan for Apulian airports

Vasile (AdP President): "We are ready. Bari, Brindisi, Foggia and Grottaglie are operational"

The management of the management company Aeroporti di Puglia (AdP) is optimistic about 2024. Various factors are fueling the good prospects: the flow of passengers over the Easter weekend, some emerging markets which are showing greater vitality towards Puglia, the new extra-European routes that will be activated on the occasion of the G7 (from 13 to 15 June 2024) in particular towards China and North Africa. The crisis over the Russian-Ukrainian war is behind us.

In view of the G7 "we are ready, the inspections have been carried out. We don't know where the state planes will prefer to land, but there is no shortage of options: Bari, Brindisi, Foggia and Grottaglie are operational. We are also working to offer services that are up to par There will not only be B-747s with the presidents, support aircraft will also land: we are strengthening the assistance and security machines", says Antonio Vasile, president of AdP.

"On Monday (8 April, Ed.) we will publish the notices for the recruitment of fixed-term staff who will help us manage the activities. These -added the manager- are 100 employees divided equally between Bari and Brindisi who will be added to the 450 employees already in service. We will have to guarantee high standards. Then we have also set up VIP lounges dedicated to the event".

On the topic, see also the article published by AVIONEWS.

Gic - 1257628

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency