Italy airports map

Map of Italy showing airports. Italy airports map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Italy airports map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. If you are planning to fly to Italy, you have quite a few airports to choose between. In total there are around 20 airports handling more than 1 mio passenger a year and about 20 smaller airport handling less than 1 mio passengers a year as its shown in Italy airports map. Italy airports are frequented by tourists from all over the world to see its beauty and experience its peculiar roman culture. Italy has a dozen of airports making journey comfortable and convenient for tourists from all over the world.

Map of Italy showing airports

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Florence-Amerigo Vespucci Airport, is situated at a fair distance from the central part of the city to its northwest direction as its mentioned in Italy airports map. Every year it receives almost 1.5 million passengers moving to or from important cities of Italy, and other parts of Europe as well as London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Madrid. This Venice airport is situated at a considerable distance north of Venice. Annually it receives almost 4 million passengers from all over the world. It accommodates flights to or from UK, Germany, Northern Europe, Spain, France and the US.
The Bologna Guglielmo Marconi airport is located a few km northwest of Bologna. From the airport it takes about 30 minutes to get to the centre of town and from the airport there are good connections to Modena, Ravenna, Florence, Ferrara, Modena and Rimini as you can see in Italy airports map. The Venice Airport received the honor of Friendliest Airport Staff in the 2005 World Airport Awards and, of Overall Excellence in southern Europe. The airport in Naples is the largest airport on the southern part of mainland Italy. The airport is located a few km north of the city center and from the airport it takes less than 30 min to get to the city center. From airport Naples it is easy to travel to Avellino, Salerno, Caserta and other cities nearby; the airport also has a service to the ferry port.
The Galileo Galilei Airport is the largest airport in Tuscany, the airport is located just a few km south of Pisa, from the airport you can reach the center of the city in 25-30 minutes. Pisa airport is the airport to choose if you are travelling to cities like, La Spezia, Massa, Livorno, Grosseto and it is the second best choice when travelling to Florence. The Falcone–Borsellino Airport is located in a small town called Cinisi which is about 30 km west of Palermo center as its shown in Italy airports map. From the airport it takes about 45 minutes to get to the city center. The E90 highway can be accessed by the airport, making it easy to reach cities like Alcamo, Mazara del Vallo and other towns in the eastern part of Sicily.