Airports, first Crotone-Rome flight with Sky Alps

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By John

It took off this morning at 7.30 sharp from Sant’Anna airport first flight from Crotone to Rome Fiumicino, operated by the Sky Alps company. This is a daily connection, established as part of territorial continuity with public service obligations, departing from Crotone at 7.30 am and returning from Rome at 5.30 pm. On the 78-seater Dash 800 aircraft this morning there were 28 passengers, mainly ‘commuters’ from the Crotone area who work in Rome, but also people who went to the capital for health reasons.
Satisfaction with the number of passengers on the first flight was expressed by the representatives of Sky Alps who were on board the plane, while the president of the company, the South Tyrolean entrepreneur Josef Gostner, during a press conference held this morning at the Pitagora airport in Crotone, said he was “very happy” with the progress of bookings: “I know we have already sold quite a few tickets”. Gostner explained that his company, despite being founded just two years ago, is growing rapidly and that Crotone was a very important route to cover, like other connections that are already operated from southern Italy to Rome and other northern destinations. .