Treviso Airport has the official code of TSF, and may also be referred to as the Treviso Venice Airport, since that it is often used as an alternative airport to the larger Venice Marco Polo Airport, or as the Treviso-Sant’Angelo Airport, due to it’s close proximity to the area of Sant’Angelo. The airport serves a number of towns and cities in the Veneto region of Italy, and is an important gateway to both Treviso and Venice. The Treviso Airport arrival area is well equipped to receive arriving passengers, and from the terminal, there are several options for transportation.
Treviso Airport is located approximately 3km, or 1.8 miles west-southwest of Treviso, and approximately 20km, or 12 miles from the famous city of Venice. Although many passengers arriving at the airport travel on to Venice, for the more well known attractions, those who do stop by in Treviso will not be disappointed. It is a very attractive town, with a population of around 80,000, and offers a tranquil atmosphere. The city is well worth exploration, as it has a few memorable museums and some lovely waterways. There are also a number of attractions in the areas surrounding Treviso, and it therefore makes a good base from where day trips can be taken. The tourist information office is found in the little Piazza Monte di Pietà, which is just behind Piazza dei Signori. Treviso Airport offers information regarding tourism in the area as well.
The airline carriers arriving at Treviso Airport include Ryanair, Germanwings, Belle Air, Transavia, Wizz Air, Wizz Air Ukraine and Air Arabia Maroc. There is also a charter airline carrier available, known as Neos, with flights to and from the Spanish island of Ibiza. Treviso Airport is directly connected to the following destinations and a few others: London, Leeds/Bradford, Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Girona, Malta, Bristol, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Prague, Dublin and Brussels. Flights also arrive at Treviso Airport from local cities, such as Palermo, Bari, Cagliari and Trapani. In 2010, Treviso Airport handled 2,152,163 passengers, and had just over 20,000 aircraft movements. In future years, the airport looks forward to an even greater number of arriving and departing passengers.
The Treviso Airport arrival hall is found on the ground floor of the single terminal building. It is a new building, having been completed in 2007, and is named after a famous Italian artist, Antonio Canova. For this reason, the airport is often referred to as the Canova Airport. On the first floor of the terminal building are the departure facilities, and on the third level, there are offices for the various airport authorities. The arrival area is of an adequate size for the number of passengers which pass through it on a daily/yearly basis, and it’s facilities include foreign currency exchange services, cash machines, information counters and car hire companies. First aid facilities are also found on the ground floor. Within the airport, there are a couple of shops, cafés and restaurants, and all areas of the terminal are accessible by disabled persons. There are elevators to the higher levels, pavement ramps for the entrances and exits of the building and reserved parking areas. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the airport information desk, and further assistance can be provided if required.
Additional services at Treviso Airport include a lost baggage office. Passengers who have any complaints regarding the handling of their baggage, or who are missing items of luggage, should report the incidents to this office immediately. Due to advanced tracking systems in use nowadays at the majority of airports, lost luggage items are usually quite easy to recover. Damaged luggage may be replaced by the airline company concerned.
Passengers who have arrived at Treviso Airport have various transport options from the terminal. The bus services are quite popular, as they are very cost efficient, but taxis are often a faster way to reach your next destination. The local bus line 6 operated by ACTT takes passengers to the train station in Treviso. The journey takes about twenty minutes, and tickets for the trip can be purchased from counters at the airport or from the bus driver. Another bus service operated by ATVO takes passengers to the Venice Mestre Train Station, and a third bus runs quite frequently to Padova (Padua). The buses are usually available at the times of arrival flights. A taxi rank is found outside of the terminal building, but there is no train station at the airport.
Arriving passengers can also hire a car from one of the Treviso Airport car rental companies. They are found in the arrival hall, and include the services of Hertz, Sixt, Avis, National, Alamo, Budget, Easycar, Europcar, Auto Europa, Thrifty, Maggiore and Dollar. The vehicles of these companies are parked nearby the terminal, in one of the airport car parks. In a rented car is often considered as the most convenient way to travel, and there are a few large roads nearby the airport which lead to the main towns in Veneto. The Via Noalese (airport road) heads directly to Treviso, and the SS13 or A27 can be used to reach Venice. These two roads also head north, towards Conegliano. To the west and east of Treviso, the SR53 can be used.
Live Treviso Airport arrivals can be viewed on various online websites, while the airport can be contacted for any further enquiries. The telephone number to use is +39(0)422 315 111.
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