Your Complete Guide to Venice Airport

The (IATA) 3 letter code for Venice Airport is VCE named by the International Air Transport Association in Quebec, Canada. The name Venice Airport is locally known by is Marco Polo. To aid your travel to Venice Airport the Geo coordinates are 45.50528, 12.35194 you can enter this into your tom tom or any in car GPS system to help to get directly to the Marco Polo Airport.

Find below a choice of Airlines, destination and flight times from Venice Airport.

DestinationWeekly FlightsDistance
Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG)36835 Km (519 Miles)
Rome Fiumicino (FCO)31412 Km (256 Miles)
Frankfurt (FRA)26578 Km (359 Miles)
Gatwick (LGW)241,117 Km (694 Miles)
Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS)24937 Km (582 Miles)
Madrid (MAD)221,408 Km (875 Miles)
Barcelona (BCN)20951 Km (591 Miles)
Istanbul Ataturk (IST)191,423 Km (884 Miles)
Munich (MUC)19319 Km (198 Miles)
Stansted (STN)181,135 Km (705 Miles)

EasyJet, Alitalia and Lufthansa are the busiest airlines companies that fly from Venice Airport and cover the majority of the destinations EasyJet is the most frequent with around 115 flights a week out of a total of 1240. EasyJet travels to 9% of the total destinations from Venice Airport. London Gatwick, Charles De Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol being the most frequent destinations.

You can see below a selection of nonstop flights covered from Venice Airport with approximate times

AirlinerDestinationFlight Time (Est)
EasyJetGatwick (LGW)2 hours 8 minutes
EasyJetParis Charles De Gaulle (CDG)1 hour 48 minutes
EasyJetAmsterdam Schiphol (AMS)1 hour 55 minutes

If you require a hire car when arriving at Venice Airport you will find a good selection of popular companies situated in the Arrivals lounge or close by. Please be sure to bring a valid driving license if you intend to hire a vehicle. To be sure of beating the queues at the airport it is wise to book your Venice Car hire online, please visit the link for more information.