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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est. Status
Milan (LIN) Alitalia CityLiner CT1655expand_more(1) 12:20 Scheduled
Milan (LIN) Alitalia AZ1655 12:20 Scheduled
Tirana (TIA) Blue Panorama Airlines BV3273 13:45 Scheduled
Tirana (TIA) Albawings 2B273 14:10 Scheduled
Perugia Airport is one of Italy’s smallest airports, but is international, and handles flights from a couple of destinations. Another name for the airport is San Egidio Airport, and its official airport code is listed as PEG. Perugia Airport lies in the Umbria region of Italy, and approximately 12 km from the city of Perugia, which is the capital of the region. Umbria is quite interesting in a geographical sense, as it is the only region in Italy that has no coastline. However, the sea is within easy driving distance. Passengers arriving at Perugia Airport will be made to feel at home, with friendly and helpful staff members, and very efficient airport operations.

A few airline carriers serve the airport of Perugia. Ryanair, the world’s favourite low-cost airline company holds the majority of destinations from the airport, while Belle Air and Skybridge AirOps are also present. Ryanair flies to Perugia Airport from London-Stansted, Trapani, Cagliari, Girona and Brussels-Charleroi, and Skybridge AirOps has frequent flights from Milan-Malpensa Airport. Belle Air serves the destination of Tirana.

Perugia Airport arrivals passengers will find a few facilities within the single air terminal. Since the airport is so small, there is not a fast number of facilities, but there is a restaurant and coffee bar available, which is reported by many to be of superb quality, and the ideal place to start off a vacation on the right foot. There are also currency exchange services, an ATM, a newsagent, tobacconist and a shop or two. Passengers who have parked their own vehicles at the airport will not need to worry about paying parking charges, as this service is free of charge at Perugia Airport. Passengers in need of a vehicle will find a nice selection of car hire companies within the arrival area, for example, Avis, Hertz, National, Easycar, Europcar and Auto Europa.

A Perugia Airport Car hire vehicle is the ideal way to explore the Umbria region of Italy, as there are many small towns nearby Perugia that offer various sights and places of interest. Nearby lie the towns of Assisi, Todi, Citta di Castello, Deruta, Spoleto, Gubbio and Spoleto, while a little further away, lie larger and more prominent Italian cities, such as Rome, Florence, Pisa and Bologna. These larger cities are all within easy driving distance of Perugia, and connected by major roads and motorways, such as the A14 Adriatic Motorway, the E45, which leads directly to Perugia, the A1 del Sole Motorway, the E35 and the E78. Rented cars can also sometimes be hired from one location, but returned to another. This service is referred to as a one-way rental, and may be convenient if you are flying out of Italy from a different airport. Major airports in the vicinity of Perugia include those of Ancona, Rimini, Forli, Florence, Rome and Pisa.

Passengers arriving at Perugia Airport can also catch a bus into the city. There are at least three bus services per day available at the airport that travel to the main bus station in Piazza Italia, and the main Perugia Railway Station, located a few kilometres from the centre of the city. From these two stations, many buses and trains are available for travel to various regional areas in Italy. This bus is found just outside the arrivals area, and tickets can be purchased from a booth at the airport, or from an automated ticket machine. There is no direct railway station at Perugia Airport, therefore all passengers continuing their journey by train should catch the bus to the main railway station in Perugia. From the main bus station in the city, regular connections to the airports of Rome are available. Taxis can be hired at the airport for a quicker and more private journey to the city, or to towns nearby.

The region of Umbria is often referred to as the geographical heart of Italy, and is surrounded by a few beautiful and interesting regions. Tuscany is found to the west, and Emilia Romagna lies to the north of Umbria. To the south is Lazio, and to the east is the Marches. The Umbria region is divided into two provinces, namely, Perugia and Terni, and has a population of around 800,000 people. The city of Perugia itself has a population of about 150,000, and is popular for its old town centre. This area of the city is enclosed by two rings of Etruscan and late-Medieval walls.

To aide the preservation of this wonderfully historic area, there is a limited traffic zone area, known as Zona a Traffico Limitato, or the ZTL. Cars that do not belong to residents of the area, or which do not have suitable disabled permits, are not allowed to enter this area during certain times of the day and night. High-tech surveillance cameras catch unauthorized vehicles in these restricted areas, and fines are sent to the owners of the vehicles. Apart from this district, driving in Perugia is relatively straight forward, and there are numerous parking areas found in all areas of the city.