Pisa Airport

When going to Pisa, travellers coming from Europe can schedule flights bound for Pisa International Airport. Located only a kilometre away from the city, this port of entry conveniently serves those visiting the region of Tuscany. Airlines primarily serving here include Alitalia and Ryanair, which consider Pisa a focus city where more than two million travellers visit every year.
Pisa international Airport once functioned solely as a military base during the 1930s and 1940s. After the World War II, a big demand for fast and safe commute in civilian air travel all over Italy became a concern. This pushed for the development of the Pisa air base to also provide public-use areas for commercial flights. Soon after the airport opened, more airlines gradually connected to it until it became one of the major ports of entry to the country in recent years.
Renovations of the facilities are underway in the airport to adjust to the steady increase of travellers going to Pisa. One crucial improvement is the construction of Pisa Mover, a dedicated railway station to the airport, which will connect to and from the lines of the Pisa Central railway. Once this is finished, travellers will find it easier to go around to the city and other parts of Italy.
Pisa Airport has only one terminal as of the time of writing, which handles both departures and arrivals. Scheduled and/or summer seasonal flights are offered here from the following airlines: Aegean Airlines, Alitalia, Darwin Airline, Blu-express, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, easyJet, Finnair, Germanwings,, Lufthansa Regional, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Silver Air,, France, Turkish Airlines, Volotea, Vueling, and Wizz Air.
Cargo is also dropped off here by DHL Aviation, which goes between Pisa and Leipzig/Halle. FedEx also transports various packages here coming from Milan-Malpensa area. The Aeronautical Militare also shares the use of the airfield and is a base for its transport aircraft.
Services and Facilities
A variety of services are provided for travellers landing on Pisa Airport. Those who want to do some last-minute shopping can venture to the retail outlets in Galilei Shopping Centre. Those in the departure area can also buy some essentials and other items near the departure gates. Those who want souvenirs can also consider purchasing Tuscan food and wines. Travellers who want to grab a bite can turn to the bars and restaurants in the premises for some snacks. Tuscan cuisine is also available for those who want to enjoy a meal.
Those with concerns about their baggage can approach the staff. Travellers who want to leave their bags at the airport before visiting Pisa can do so. The Information Office handles enquiries for this request. Assistance for lost baggage is also provided at the airport. Those about to leave, however, will have to keep in mind the regulations about the allowable number, size, weight, and contents of the bags to avoid any hassle during the check-in process.
Small business meetings and conferences for about 50 people can be accommodated in Pisa Airport. A VIP lounge is also available for those who have boarded Business Class or is holding an Airlines Fidelity Card or Card of Operators with agreements with the SAT. Those who want to enter this area without the aforementioned requirements can buy a SAT Air Ticket. Those who need Internet connection, on the other hand, can visit the Internet stations inside the airport. There are stations located on the first floor, in front of the arrivals area, and on the ground floor of the departures area.
Commuting from the airport to different parts of the region is relatively manageable, as there are bus shuttles ready to take passengers heading for transportation hubs in the surrounding area such as Pisa Central Railway Station and Santa Maria Novella Station. There are also bus connections for those going to Viareeggio and Siena. Parking spaces are also provided for those who want to leave their cars for the long term. Travellers who have made their private transport arrangements can also go to the car parks upon finishing the post-flight procedures.
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 Getting to & from the Airport

Driving hide 

From the city centre, head west on Via Contessa Matilde toward Via Santo Stefano. Then, take Via Bonanno Pisano to Piazzale Arsenale Marittimo. From here, take Ponte della Cittadella, Via Porta a Mare, Via Cesare Battisti and Via Filippo Corridoni to Via Cavalcavia di S. Giusto. Continue on from here to Via dell'Aeroporto and then drive to Superstrada Pisa Firenze.

Trains hide 

Those coming via train can get down at Pisa Central Station and commute to the airport. Travellers can also take the shuttle bus on the stop close to Platform 14 that will go back to the airport.

Buses hide 

Buses coming from Pisa centre will take passengers to and from the airport.

Taxi hide 

Metered taxis are available for travellers commuting to the airport and back.

 Who flies to Pisa

 Airport Contact Details

Pisa Airport

Societa Aeroporto Toscano-SAT,
I-56100 Pisa,

Tel:+39 (0)50 849300
Fax:+39 (0)50 894623


Aeronautica Militare Italiana - Società Aeroporto Toscano S.p.A.

 Location Details

Longitude:10° 23' 34'' E
Latitude:43° 40' 50'' N

 Airport Location

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