Airports in Italy

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While Italy has more than 130 airports throughout the entire peninsula and islands, it’s a much smaller number that most visitors will need to know about. There are two major international gateways to the country (in Rome and Milan), and several other airports that serve as primary hubs for their regions.

The list below is of the major airports in Italy, but it’s not an exhaustive list. Depending on where you’re coming from and where you’re going in Italy, there may be a smaller regional airport that would also be a good option for you (you can often find these by looking at Google maps and zooming out a bit until you see an airplane icon, or by consulting the official website for the city you’re visiting).

For each airport listed below, there are also a few airlines listed that serve that airport – that’s also not an exhaustive list, so be sure to check all your options for whatever airport you’re considering.

Airports in Italy Listed by Region

Abruzzo

Aosta Valley

  • Aosta Airport (AOT) – Located in Aosta; served by Air Vallée

Basilicata

There are no commercial airports for tourist use in Basilicata. The closest airport for most visitors is Bari Airport in Puglia.

Calabria

  • Lamezia Terme Airport (SUF) – Located near Catanzaro; served by Air One, Alitalia, Blu-Express, easyJet, Ryanair
  • Reggio Calabria Airport (REG) – Located near Reggio Calabria; served by Alitalia, Air Malta, Trawel Fly
  • Crotone Airport (CRV) – Located in Crotone; served by Alitalia Express, Danube Wings

Campania

Emilia-Romagna

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Lazio

Le Marche

Liguria

Lombardy

Molise

There are no commercial airports for tourist use in Molise. The closest airports for most visitors are the ones in Naples (Campania), Foggia (Puglia), or Pescara (Abruzzo).

Piedmont

Puglia

Sardinia

Sicily

Trentino-Alto Adige

  • Bolzano-Dolomiti Airport (BZO) – Located in Bolzano; served by Air Alps

Tuscany

Umbria

  • Perugia-Sant’Egidio Airport (PEG) – Located in Perugia; served by Belle Air, Ryanair, Skybridge AirOps

Veneto

photo by Leandro returns

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