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Schedule Your Flight's Arrival
Eccelsa Aviation personnel will greet you and your passengers and ensure a smooth transition to your next destination.

Let us arrange all services according to your personal needs and requirements - schedule your flight's arrival to Olbia by using our online handling request form.

 

 

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WELCOME
Located on the North East coast of Sardegna – close to Costa Smeralda – Eccelsa Aviation is a handling company that operates a dedicated private and business aviation terminal at Olbia Airport.

Only minutes from world-wide renowned beaches, resorts, marinas, golf courses, and one of the most spectacular coastlines of the Mediterranean, Eccelsa Aviation is the perfect choice when planning your travel itinerary to Sardegna, Italy.

You and your guests are always welcome to Eccelsa Aviation and it will be our pleasure to ensure that your visit to Sardegna is as secure, safe, and comfortable as possible.

ECCELSA.COM
Eccelsa.com's main objective is to provide you with all information and tools needed to make your transit at Eccelsa Aviation as smooth as possible.

That's why on eccelsa.com you are able to plan your arrival, organize all services exactly as you require them, find out about prices, and place such orders as catering, newspapers, and rent-a-cars delivered to Eccelsa Terminal for your convenience.

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Have a safe flight to Olbia Costa Smeralda and looking forward to assisting you on the ground

Sincerely

Eccelsa Team

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FAQ CAN I TRAVEL TO SARDINIA?

Please note that some restrictions apply if you are travelling to Sardinia in 2020

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAQ CORONAVIRUS

Are there any recommendations for
travellers?

Yes, there are. Please be informed that the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Italian Health Ministry and the Civil Protection Agency as well as the Sardinian Regional Governement have issued guidelines