Airports in Italy – Complete list, information and map

Depending on the destination you wish to visit in Italy , it is important to choose your arrival airport carefully, not only to save time, but also money. Below is a list of the most important airports and those of tourist interest in Italy, organized by region.

In this article we will see the most important airports in Italy by region:

Main airports of the Lombardy Region

MXP – Malpensa International Airport – Milan

Milan’s main airport and one of the main airports in Italy. Lots of intercontinental voyages pass through here, so it’s a good option for South American travelers.

It is very well connected with Milan, the bus takes about an hour to get to the central train station, from where you can move by metro, bus or train, depending on your destination.

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LIN – Linate International Airport – Milan

Milan’s second airport, it is slightly smaller than Malpensa, yet it still has a large number of flights available. It is closer to Milan so they can reach the city in less time.

BGY – Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport

One of the airports most used by low-cost companies, such as Ryanair, is not very close to Milan, but it is very well connected to the city, so you won’t have any problems.

Main Airports of the Piemonte Region

TRN – Caselle Airport

Main airport of the city of Turin, it is a small, almost cozy airport, a few kilometers from the city.

CUF – Cuneo Airport

It is a small airport, which can be used if you visit Cuneo, Valle d’Aosta, even the south of France like Nizza (it’s a nice paronama). You can visit the official page: Cuneo Airport.

Main Airports of the Liguria Region

GOE – Genoa Airport

You can visit the entire area of the Ligurian coast from this airport, cities like Genoa, Le cinque terre, etc. Low cost companies like Vueling and Ryanair fly. The official page of the airport: Genoa Airport.

Main Airports of the Veneto Region

VCE – Venice Marco Polo Airport

Main international airport to reach Venice and the entire Veneto region.

TSF – Venice Sant’Angelo Airport – Treviso

It is a little further from Venice than the previous one, but you can use it without problems to reach the beautiful Venice. Also if they visit the entire Veneto region and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region..

Main Airports of the Emilia-Romagna Region

In the Emilia Romagna region there are several international airports that you can use to visit the main Italian cities in northern Italy.

BLQ – Guglielmo Marconi International Airport of Bologna

Address: Via del Triumvirato, 84, 40132 Bologna, Italy.

PMF – Giuseppe Verdi International Airport of Parma

Direction: Via Licinio Ferretti, 50A, 43126 Parma PR, Italy.

RMI – Rimini Federico Fellini International Airport

Direction: Via Flaminia, 409, 47924 Miramare, Rimini RN, Italy.

FRL – Forli International Airport

Direction: Via Carlo Seganti, 103, 47121 Forlì FC, Italy.

Tuscany Region Airports

Tuscany airports are very well connected with the best-known cities in Italy, Spain, France, Greece and in general throughout Europe. They are served by the main low-cost and airline companies. Ideal for visiting the Tuscany region and surroundings.

FLR – Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport

Direction: Via del Termine, 11, 50127 Florence, Italy.

PSA – Pisa Airport

Address: Piazzale D’ascanio, 1, 56121 Pisa PI, Italy.

Airports in the Lazio Region

The Lazio region is one of the most important in Italy, mainly because it is home to Rome and the busiest airports in all of Italy.

Let’s see the most important airports of Rome and Lazio:

FCO – Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport – Fiumicino

Address: Via dell’ Aeroporto di Fiumicino, 320, 00054 Fiumicino RM, Italy.

CIA – Ciampino International Airport

Address: Via Appia Nuova, 1651, 00040 Rome, Italy.

Airports in the Campania Region

The Campania region is one of the most visited regions in Italy, with famous locations such as Naples, Capri, Ischia and the Amalfi Coast. That is why Campania’s airports are among the busiest in Italy.

NAP – Naples International Airport – Capodichino

Address: Viale F. Ruffo in Calabria, 80144 Naples, Italy.

Salerno Amalfi Coast Airport

Address: Via Olmo, 84092 Bellizzi SA, Italy.

Airports in the Apulia Region

The Puglia region is one of the most visited regions in southern Italy, ideal for summer due to its beautiful beaches.

BRI -Bari International Airport -Karol Wojtyla

Address: Viale Enzo Ferrari, 70128 Bari, Italy.

BDS – Salento Airport – Brindisi

Address: Contracted Baroncino, 72100 Brindisi BR, Italy.

FOG – Foggia Airport – Gino Lisa

Address: Via Aviatori, 1, 71100 Foggia FG, Italy.

TAR – Taranto Airport Grottaglie «Marcello Arlotta»

Direction: SP 83, 74023 Grottaglie TA, Italy.

Airports in the Calabria Region

The main airports in the Calabria region:

SUF – Lamezia Terme International Airport

Address: Via Aeroporto, 88046 Lamezia Terme CZ, Italy

REG – Reggio Calabria Airport

Direction: Via Ravagnese, 11, 89131 Reggio Calabria RC, Italy

Airports in the Sicily Region

For more information about the airports in Sicily, you can visit our post: Main airports to visit the island of Sicily.

PMO – Palermo International Airport – Punta Raisi

Address: Località Punta Raisi, 90145 Cinisi PA, Italy.

CTA – Catania International Airport – Fontanarossa

Address: Via Fontanarossa, 95121 Catania CT.

TPS – Trapani-Birgi Airport – Vincenzo Florio

Address: Vincenzo Florio Trapani-Birgi Airport, 91100 Trapani TP, Italy.

Pantelleria Airport

Address: Via della Margana, 91017 Pantelleria TP, Italy.

LMP – Lampedusa Airport

Direction: Contrada Cala Francese, 92010 Lampedusa E Linosa AG, Italy.

Airports in the Sardinia Region

The Sardinia region (Sardegna in Italian), is one of the most visited regions during the summer, with the most beautiful beaches in Italy, with exclusive towns, ancient archaeological records and delicious cuisine.

In the Sardinia region there are several airports, efficiently distributed to cover the entire territory. You can travel to Sardinia from many cities in Italy and Europe, especially in the summer months, with low-cost and regular routes.

Let’s see the most important airports in Sardinia:

OLB Olbia-Costa Smeralda Airport

One of the most important airports on the island of Sardinia, with national and international flights. Ideal for moving around the Costa Smeralda and visiting the most popular destinations such as La Maddalena, Porto Cervo, and the entire north of Sardinia.

Address: Via degli Astronauti, 07026 Olbia SS

CAG Cagliari-Elmas Airport

Cagliari is the capital of the Sardinia region, with one of the largest airports on the entire island. Important both for domestic and international flights. Ideal for visiting the south of Sardinia.

Address: Via dei Trasvolatori, 09067 Elmas CA

AHO Alghero Airport

Alghero airport is located about 5 km northwest of the city of Alghero.

Address: 44 Provincial Street, 07041 Alghero SS

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