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Florence has its own airport, Amerigo Vespucci, but service is limited by the size of the runways. Many flights connect from larger airports throughout Italy and the rest of Europe. If you are living or staying in Florence, other airport locations are Pisa, Bologna, and a bit further away, Rome.

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Florence Airport

Update: The "new" Florence airport project has been going on for some time now, and the many updates to the airport itself appear to be finished. There is a brand new check in hall, and other improvements and enlargements are also planned to come online in 2013.

The Florence Airport (FLR) is named "Amerigo Vespucci Airport" but is also known by many people by its old name "Peretola" (many road signs still have this name on it, more history of Peretola here), which is the area where the airport is located. The airport is about 5 kilometers from the city center. There is now a fixed taxi fare of € 20 (nights, Sundays, and baggage are extra) from the airport to the center. There is also a bus shuttle run by ATAF from the airport to the main train station (Firenze, Santa Maria Novella) every half hour from early morning to 8:00 PM.

This is a small airport, with one runway (which was recently expanded to handle larger planes) - there is a larger one at Pisa, Galileo Galilei, which is 80 kilometers away. Florence Airport has a bar/café, a duty free shop, and a currency exchange. The airport handles about 2 million passengers a year.

Amerigo Vespucci Airport
Via del Termine 11
50127 Florence
Information on flights (24 hours): 39 055 3061700 Ext. 702



New Delta non-stop to Florence

From the Star Ledger:

"From John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, Delta is adding nonstop flights next year to Florence, Italy, and Bucharest, Romania. It also will begin flying non-stop to Shannon, Ireland, and will add a second flight to London. More flights are planned from the airline's Atlanta hub."

I wonder what the prices will be like...



easyJet announces new Italian base

Not exactly specific to Florence but good news:

"easyJet, Europe's leading low-cost airline today announced it would significantly expand its services in Italy and introduce a new base at Milan's Malpensa Airport. Malpensa will be the airline's 16th base in Europe and first in Italy."
Continue reading easyJet announces new Italian base.

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