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LIGURIA, Airports

By airways, Liguria can be accessed by as many as three major airports sprawled across various parts of the region.

  • Genova Cristoforo Colombo Airport: Located at roughly 6 Km away from the town centre, the Genova Cristoforo Colombo Airport have the facility of direct flight access to 30 locations worldwide. The locations include the likes the Amsterdam, Munich, London Stanstead, Paris CDG and more. Domestic flights are available to Rome Fiumicino, Milan Malpensa, etc.

  • Pisa International Galileo Galilei Airport: Travelers who touchdown on the eastern part of Liguria normally prefer the Pisa International Galileo Galilei Airport. The airport is located at a short 1.5Km away from the town of Pisa and is accessible by both railways and on road. The airport provides access to over 32 destinations both domestic and international cumulatively.

  • Nice Côte d'Azur Airport: A dropdown avenue to visit the western region of Liguria is the Nice Côte d'Azur Airport. The neat airport is located at roughly 7 Km away from Nice and has both road and rail access from various parts of Italy.

  • Milano Malpensa: The Milano Malpensa boasts of being the largest airport in the city of Milan. Located about 50 Kms North West of Milan, the airport is located in the posh province of Varese. With international flights plying from two main terminals, it is one of the busiest airports in Italy. The Milano-Varese highway is the road connects to the airport. By railways, it is connected by Malpensa Express" train starting from the Milan Cadorna railway station

  • Milano linate: After the Milano Malpensa, the Milano linate forms the second major airport in Italy. The airport lies in close proximity to Milan- at about 4.2Km east south east of Milan. This airport sees domestic flights and international flights for sport distance hauls. Normally the destinations are restricted to metropolitan locations in Europe. Going by official statistics, the airport served 9,229,890 passengers in the year 2012.

  • Torino: Aeroporto di Torino, or in other words Turin Airport is located at Caselle Torinese. The location is at 15 km northwest of Turin city. The airport is also the namesake of former Italian President Sandro Pertini and comes to be known as Sandro Pertini Airport I ncome circles. The Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) is liable for the administration aspect of the airport. The claim to fame for the airport has been due to winning the ACI Europe Best Airport Awards in the years 2007 and 2008.People visiting Milan can effectively use this airport in both long and short haul.

  • Bergamo: Located just outside the city of Bergmo, the Bergamo Airport is famous for low budget airlines that serve from here. Transfers from one aviation company to another are really easy here and the budget travelers effectively find the Bergamo Airport to their liking. This airport is ideal for low budget weekend breaks. Adding to the lucrative nature of the airport is the cheap car fares that ply to and fro from the airport.