Which airport can you choose in Sicily: Sicilian airports
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Which airport can you choose in Sicily: Sicilian airports

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How many airports are in Sicily?

Sicily is the largest island in Italy and in the Mediterranean, in fact it is well connected with Italy and the rest of the world.

It boasts 6 airports: Catania, Palermo, Trapani, Comiso which are the 4 main airports in Sicily and Lampedusa and Pantelleria which are smaller airports in the islands.

The Six Airports in Sicily represent one of the largest airport infrastructures in the Mediterranean.

All the airports of Sicily are well connected and allow, if desired and with the right time, to visit the whole island anyway.

They are connected with the main national and European destinations and offer services such as charter flights, VIP service and cargo transport.

If you want more information on the airports: those of Catania and Palermo are the largest and those with the most civilian traffic flights, therefore they are the most important airports in Sicily.

Where should you land in Sicily?

Is it better to take a cheap flight or is it better to go close to the places you want to visit?

It depends on your travel plans.

If you want to go to Sicily and visit popular tourist destinations such as Palermo, Catania or Taormina, the best choice is to arrive at one of Sicilian international airports.

If, on the other hand, you want to taste the more authentic and local side of Sicily, it is better to arrive at a smaller airport and then take a ferry to the main island in Sicily.

Regardless of where you choose to land, Sicily is sure to offer a unique and memorable experience right from to the airport.

If you want to go to Syracuse, Agrigento, Ragusa, Messina or Enna (the cities of Sicily without an airport) it will be easy to do it from any of the Sicilian airports.

Catania International Airport (Fontanarossa)

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Vincenzo Bellini Airport of Catania-Fontanarossa, IATA code: CTA

The international airport of Catania (Fontanarossa) is one of the main Italian airports and is certainly the first for number of flights in Sicily.

It is located in eastern Sicily and is well connected to the main Sicilian cities and to the rest of Italy and Europe.

Ryanair, Vueling, Volotea and other airlines offer daily flights to and from Catania.

It is very well connected to Rome Fiumicino, Milan, Naples and allows you to reach the main Italian cities and also has several international flights which make it an important arrival point and which makes it possible to reach all destinations.

Catania airport is also one of the cheapest airports to fly into, with many companies offering low-cost or discounted flights.

It is located about 7-8 km from the city of Catania.

It is possible to reach the Terminal by a bus service or by taxi and it is also well connected with the rest of the island.

These are the companies that operate at this airport:

Aeroitalia
Aerolineas Arg
Air Arabia Maroc
Air Cairo
Air Corsica
Air Europa
Air Malta
Air Portugal
Air Serbia
At Masria Universal Airlines
Austrian Airlines
Blue Air
Bulgaria Air
Companies De t
Croatia Airlines
Danish AirTra
Delta Airlines
Easy Jet Switzerland
Easyjet Europe
Edelweiss
Ethiopian Airl
Etihad Airways
Eurowings
Flydubai
Iberia
ITA – Italy Air Transport
klm
Kuwait Airways
Latam Airlines
Lufthansa
Luxair
Neos
Qatar Airways cargo
Royal Jordan
Ryanair
Smartwings
Tarom
Transavia
Transavia France
Turkish Airlines
Volotea
Vueling
Wizz Air
Wizzair uk

Flights today

Palermo International Airport (Falcone e Borsellino)

Falcone e Borsellino International Airport of Punta Raisi, IATA code: PMO

Palermo Airport is one of the most important airports in Italy. It is located about 35 km from the city center and handles very large numbers of passengers a year. It is located in Cinisi and is very well connected.

The international airport of Palermo is one of the most important of the Sicilian airports and brings together most of the island’s air activity and is an important hub for air transport. With its three runways and ultra-modern passenger terminals, this airport offers an excellent service to anyone traveling to southern Italy.

It is not difficult to reach it with various means of transport, the Terminal also has a train station that connects it to the central station of Palermo.

The airport is currently served by various airlines and is well connected with Italy and Europe. It also has some low cost airlines.

These are the companies that operate at this airport:

Air Dolomiti EN
Air Malta KM
Air France AF
Albastar – Charter
Asl Airline France – Charter
Blue Air
British Airways BA
Brussels Airlines
Czech Airlines – Charter
DX DAT
EasyJet
Easyjet DS
Easyjet EC
Eurowings
Iberia Express I2
Iberia IB
ITA Airways AZ
Lufthansa LH
Lumiwings
Luxair LG
Neos NO
Norwegian
RyanAir FR
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
Swiss LX
Transavia HV
Transavia TO
TUI fly TB
Tunisair YOU
Tunisiair UG
Volotea V7
Vueling VY
Wizz Air

Comiso Airport (Pio La Torre)

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Comiso Airport, IATA code: CIY

Comiso airport is an airport located in the municipality of the same name.

It takes its name from Pio La Torre, politician and trade unionist assassinated by the mafia in 1982.

The airport has two runways and can handle up to 1.5 million passengers a year. Ryanair is the main airline operating in Comiso and offers flights to various destinations in Europe.

During the summer, the airport is very popular with tourists who come to Sicily for their holidays. The airport of Comiso is one of the main airports serving the island and is located in the part of Sicily that receives the highest number of visitors.

Trapani-Birgi Airport (Vincenzo Florio)

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Trapani-Birgi Vincenzo Florio Airport, IATA code: TPS

Trapani – Birgi Airport is an airport located in the province of Trapani, in Sicily.

It takes its name from Vincenzo Florio, a famous Italian entrepreneur.

The airport connects Trapani with the main cities of Italy and the world.

Ryanair is the main airline operating at the airport. The airport has two runways and is able to connect Sicily with the rest of Italy and the world.

These are the companies operating in Trapani:

  • Alitalia
  • Airone
  • Ryanair
  • Darwin Airlines

Lampedusa Airport

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Lampedusa Airport (IATA code: LMP).

Lampedusa airport is the airport that serves the island of the same name. It is located 1.5 km northwest of the city. The airport has a single runway and a single terminal.

The airport is connected to the main island with flights to Palermo and Comiso. There are also flights to Trapani.

Lampedusa is the largest of the Italian Pelagie Islands in the Mediterranean Sea.

Being very close to the center, it is therefore perfectly connected and can be reached on foot.

There are not many flights in this airport and they are often seasonal.

These are the companies that operate there:

  • Alitalia
  • Blu – express
  • Mistral Air
  • Volotea
  • Vueling

Pantelleria airport

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Pantelleria Airport (IATA code: PNL).

The Pantelleria airport is located in the municipality of the same name, in the province of Trapani. It is the only airport on the island of Pantelleria and can be reached from all over the territory.

The airport can also be reached from all over Sicily, as it is possible to reach it from all the main Sicilian and Italian cities.

These are the airlines that operate there:

  • Dat
  • Volotea
  • Ita Airways

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