Brindisi airport (IATA: BDS) is served by Alitalia, easyJet, Ryanair and Swiss
Apart from being a ferry port to and from Corfu, Greece, Brindisi is also home to the United Nations logistics base (UNLB). The base is providing resources logistic support, telecommunications and training opportunity for all peacekeeping operations around the world.
There is also a ferry from Brindisi to Vlore, Albania which is operated by Skenderbeg Lines.
For Ferry services from Brindisi to Greece [Corfu, Igoumenitsa, Cephalonia, Zante, Patras] and Turkey (Cesme) Visit www.Ferries.gr and search through all ferry schedules to/from Brindisi.
Brindisi to Vlora, Red Star Ferry line. Visit http://www.redstarferries.com
If you have not bought the ferry ticket online, you can buy it from an office very close to the train station (exact address required). They will also give you a map to find the embarkation place for ferries. Remember to show your EU-rail pass, if you have any, to get a discount. They will also call Youth Hostel to pick you up if you arrive in the morning and want to leave in the afternoon or you want to stay over the night.