Di recente il governatore della Calabria Oliverio ha incontrato a Dublino i vertici della “Ryanair”, che hanno manifestato la volontà della nota compagnia aerea low cost irlandese di riprendere i voli verso l’aeroporto di Crotone (oggi chiuso). O’Brien, direttore Commerciale e numero 2 di Ryanair, si è detto Read more…
Crotone-Sant'Anna Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Crotone-Sant'Anna) was a minor Italian domestic airport serving Crotone in Calabria. The airport, which is under bankruptcy administration since 2015, is been closed entirely on 1 November 2016 as ordered by the Italian aviation authority after Ryanair as its only customer ceases all routes by 29 October 2016.
The Crotone-Sant'Anna Airport was also called "Pitagora" (Pythagoras) Airport in honor of the Greek philosopher who came to Crotone to investigate the origin of the universe.
It was an Italian airport, the third of Calabria, now closed, located 15 km south of the town of Crotone, in the direction of Catanzaro from which is about 40 km, in the territory of the town of Isola di Capo Rizzuto.
Today, to visit Crotone, the best way is to land at Lamezia Terme Airport "Sant'Eufemia", the main airport of Calabria and one of the first of the South for passenger traffic, and then go to Crotone by train.
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Crotone [Krotone] is a city and comune in Calabria, a region of southern Italy. Founded in 710 BC As a colony of Greece (ancient Greek: Κρότων or Ϙ ρουρόν, Latin: Kroton), was known as Cotrone from the Middle Ages until 1928, when its name was changed to the present one.
In 1992 it became the capital of the newly formed Province of Crotone. As of January 2016, its population is 62.178.