Other then being perfectly integrated with the Italian motorway and rail network, Puglia has become over the last few years an important stopover for the main cruise lines operating in the Mediterranean, such as Costa and MSC, thanks to which the charter flights from the European basin to the region has seen a remarkable increase.
But it’s been the built of the new ‘Karol Wojtyla’ airport in Bari, along with the concurrent revitalization of the Brindisi airport, to give a crucial impulse toward the opening of the region with new international horizons and allowing therefore to welcome the growing demand of tourism in Puglia.
Thanks especially to low-cost airlines Air Berlin and Ryanair currently the region is linked to the main European hubs, with a trend of growing flights and passengers traffic that explains the continuing investments of airlines in the region’s airports, particularly in the period March-October; the best served area is certainly Central Europe with a great predominance of Germany, which counts on 9 direct connections.
Following is a floor plan of destinations reachable to and from Bari and Brindisi airport; the complete flight schedule is available through the Aeroporti di Puglia web site.
FLIGHT SCHEDULE SUMMER 2016