Italy offers many airports, which offer optimal connections to many European cities and destinations. Here we would like to give you an overview of the most important airports by region.

Italy's main airports

Puglia in Southern Italy

The popular holiday region can be reached primarily via Bari Airport (BRI), which offers connections to Frankfurt, Munich or Zurich, and other European cities several times a week. Brindisi International Airport (BDS) also handles a large part of the air traffic in Puglia.

Tuscany in Central Italy

Florence Airport (FLR) is located about 4 km northwest of Florence. Flights from European countries are offered daily throughout the whole year. Pisa Airport (PSA) is the most important airport in the region. It is approached by numerous premium and low-cost carriers.

Emilia-Romagna in Central Italy

The international airport of Bologna (BLQ) offers optimal connections to many European metropolises. Flights to Rimini Airport (RMI) are also offered from various cities. Parma Airport (PMF) is mainly served by low-cost airlines.

Liguria in Northern Italy

The largest and most important airport in the Liguria region is Genoa Airport (GOA), named after the discoverer Christopher Columbus. Several weekly direct connections to European metropolises are served from here.

Veneto in Central Italy 

The Veneto region offers optimal connections with Venice Airport (VCE). The international airport is served several times a week from numerous major cities in Europe. In addition, the Treviso (TSF) airport near Venice is mainly served by low-cost carriers.

Piedmont in Northern Italy 

Turin Airport (TRN) is located about 16km north of the regional capital. It was named after the former Italian President Sandro Petrini. It offers direct connections to any European metropolises.

Sicily in Southern Italy

The beautiful Mediterranean island has its largest airport in Palermo-Punta Raisi (PMO), about 35km west of the island capital. It serves many European cities and destinations directly.

Other Italian airports

Other major Italian international airports are located in Rome (FCO), Milan (MXP and LIN) and on the southern coast of Naples (NAP). Umbria and Marche are best reached via Perugia (PEG) and Ancona (AOI) airports.

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