As the first Italian airport to be privatised in 1997, Naples stands as an example that focuses on business and vacation markets in a crucial area for tourism in Italy.
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The high-speed train developed... we had to adapt
This year, the low-cost airline Ryanair will open a base in Naples with an initial offer of 20 connections. That will be added to those of many ‘traditional’ European companies and the British low-cost carrier easyJet, which is the main operator on the airport.
In this interview, Armando Brunini, CEO of GESAC – the company that manages Naples International Airport – talks about its development.