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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est. Status
Munich (MUC) Lufthansa CityLine CL1960expand_more(1) 23:30 Scheduled
Munich (MUC) Lufthansa LH1960 23:30 Scheduled
Ancona Airport has the official code of AOI, and is served by a number of airline carriers. Ryanair is the largest, with the greatest number of destinations, and offers flights between Ancona and areas such as London-Stansted, Alghero, Brussels South-Charleroi, Madrid, Seville and Trapani. Alitalia is another popular airline carrier at the airport, with flights to Rome-Fiumicino. Other carriers include Carpatair, Lufthansa Regional (operated by Air Dolomiti), Meridiana (operated by Eurofly) and Belle Air (operated by Belle Air Europe).

Ancona’s airport is not the largest in Italy, handling only around 500,000 passengers per annum, but is still considered to be an important gateway to central Italy. Passengers arriving at the airport will find a single terminal building, which was recently completely renovated and extended. The extension is to allow greater space within the terminal, and to assist with the expected increase in passenger traffic towards the mid-21st century. Ancona Airport is now a very modern and welcoming construction, yet very functional as well. The terminal is easy to navigate, with arrivals handled from one side of the airport, and the departures area located on the other side.

The arrivals area has a number of useful facilities, including a full service bank (Banco Marche) and ATM, the Lost and Found offices, Customs control, baggage reclaim carousels and the car rental counters. Within the airport building, there is also a pharmacy, basic first aid facilities, a left luggage office and a couple of interesting retail outlets. A newsagent is available, as well as shops selling books, sunglasses, typical Italian food and wine, and various perfumes and gadgets. A self-service restaurant provides meal and snacks, and there are a few bars as well for all kinds of refreshments.

Arriving passengers who are in the unfortunate situation of having their luggage lost or damaged, should report the incident to the Lost and Found offices in the arrivals area immediately. Staff members representing the handling company of your airline carrier can then initiate the process of retrieving your baggage. If you have experienced damages, your goods may be eligible to be replaced. Certain airline companies belong the World Tracer Baggage tracing system, and customers of these airline companies can view the progress of their baggage retrieval online.

When ready to leave the airport, arriving passengers have variety of different transportation options from which to choose. There is a railway station directly in front of the terminal building at Ancona Airport, which is wonderful facility for such a small airport to have. Usually it is only the larger airports in Italy which have a their own railway station on the airport site. Trains run frequently from the airport to the main railway station in Ancona, known as Ancona Centrale, or simple Ancona Railway Station. Passengers can also travel by bus to Ancona, or to Ascoli Piceno. The Conero Bus Company offers bus trips to Ancona every thirty minutes from the airport, and Finalmente Tours operates the bus service to Ascoli Piceno.

More private forms of transport include by taxi or rented car. A taxi rank is available just outside the arrivals area, and taxis can take you to any destination. Rented cars are also a popular form of transport, in particular for those passengers who would like to travel between towns and cities in the area. Driving in the centre of Italian cities is not recommended for nervous drivers, as Italians have their ‘own’ way of driving, which is perceived as rather aggressive and impatient by foreigners!  A rented car is however ideal for exploring countryside regions, and travelling to the beaches in the area.

Further information is available from the information desk in the arrivals area, and in the city of Ancona, tourist information is available from the tourist office in Via Thaon De Revel, 4, or online, at http://www.le-marche.com.