We at Italian Airport Guide aim to provide you with a comprehensive guide to the main airports in Italy, including the major routes travelling to and from the Italian airports, information on buses, trains, taxis and parking long and short term. Also we will give you live travel information on all Arrivals and Departures at the main airports in Italy. These range from Bergamo Airport in Milan to Lamezia & Catania in the south and Pescara Airport on the Adriatic coast. This guide is to aid you in getting to your destination with out the stress of an unknown location and its surroundings.
The 3 busiest Italian airports are Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino in Rome, Malpensa in Milan and Linate in Milan. Together these 3 airports move over 60 Million passenger per year.
Flying to Italy has never been easier as many of the budget Low-cost airlines like Ryanair, Air Berlin, Flybe, Easyjet, German Wings & Wizz Air have routes into many Italian destinations. With many travellers purchasing second homes in the sun many of these airports are increasing passenger numbers and airlines are increasing routes with lower landing costs associated with secondary destinations. At the time of writing Ryanair had flights from London Stansted STN to Orio Al Serio, Bergamo (BGY) Milan for 13€ on June 13th 2009.
Traveling from most major European cities is relatively easy and flight time is normally under 3 hours, making this Italy also a popular weekend destination also. An example of this was an Easyjet flight in Sept 2009 from London Stansted (STN) to Naples (NAP) departing 16.35 arriving at 20.20 please do not forget Naples in GMT + 1. This was at a cost of 32.99 GBP including all taxes and charges.
Please leave plenty of time when arriving at all airports in Italy as with new security measures introduced in Europe December of 2006 there may be delays that are inevitable because of more intense security screening. Under new rules that apply to all passengers leaving from European airports liquids will be limited to small amounts maximum of 100 milliliters packed in a transparent plastic re-sealable bag. These new rules also apply to laptop which in future will have to be removed from their cases and screened separately. For up to date information regarding Italian Airport security measures it would be wise to visit the Italian Civil Aviation Authority Website.www.enac-italia.it
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