|Italy Airport List|
|Milano Malpensa Airport||Milan||International|
|Aeroporti di Roma||Rome||International|
|Federico Fellini International Airport||Rimini||International|
|Pisa International Airport||Pisa||International|
|Orio al Serio International Airport||Olbia (Sardinia)||International|
|Abruzzo International Airport||Pescara||International|
|Lecce Galatina Airport||Lecce||Domestic|
|Taranto-Grottaglie "Marcello Arlotta" Airport||Taranto||Domestic|
|Rome Viterbo Airport||Viterbo||Domestic|
|San Marino Airport||San Marino||Domestic|
|Vicenza /Tommaso Dal Molin Airport||Vicenza||Domestic|
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.
Some of the famous Italy airports are:
Rome's Leonardo da Vinci International Airport
This famous and premier airport in Italy is situated towards the south west of Rome da Vinci .It accommodates flight from many parts of the world and has three flight terminals where it receives domestic flights, international flights and domestic and international flights respectively.
Florence-Amerigo Vespucci Airport
This Florence airport is situated at a fair distance from the central part of the city to its northwest direction. 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.
Venice- Marco Polo Airport
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 Venice Airport received the honor of Friendliest Airport Staff in the 2005 World Airport Awards and, of Overall Excellence in southern Europe .
Milan- Malpensa International Airport
This Italy airport located at reasonable distance from the city of Milan receives flights to northern Italy from the US and the whole of Europe . There are two terminals in this airport which are connected by shuttle bus services. The Milan Malpensa International Airport also accommodates the extra traffic of flights from Milan Linate International Airport .
Trieste- International Airport
This airport in Italy is situated to the north east of Italy has a single flight terminal and receives both domestic and international flights. Every year this airport receives a million of passengers as it is the most frequented airport of Italy . It connects Venice , Slovenia and Croatia .
Palermo- International Airport
This Italy airport located on the northern coast of the southern island of Sicily has a single modern terminal with all mod cons. It facilitates both international and domestic flights and is the main centre for all the flights to the island.