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Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (IATA: FCO, ICAO: LIRF), also known as Fiumicino International Airport, is Italy's largest airport, with over 30 million passengers in the year 2006. It was opened in stages between 1956 and 1961 and it has since undergone several expansion works. It is located in Fiumicino and serves Rome. In fact, the airport's former name was Fiumicino Airport. The airport, named after Leonardo da Vinci, is completely non-smoking. It is one of two hubs of the Italian flag carrier Alitalia along with Milan-Malpensa International Airport.
Peretola Airport, Florence Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Firenze) or Amerigo Vespucci Airport (IATA: FLR, ICAO: LIRQ) is an airport located close to Florence, Italy. It is one of two main airports in the Tuscany region, the other being Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa. It is a small airport, with a single runway and the main taxiway is situated at the end of runway 05, with an overshoot/holding area at the end of runway 23. As is common with smaller airports, after landing planes turn around at the end of the runway and taxi back down the runway to reach the parking area and terminal. In 1990, the airport was named after Florence native Amerigo Vespucci, an Italian merchant and cartographer.
Via dell'Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320 - 00050 Fiumicino (RM) - tel. +39 06 65951
Airport code: BGY.
Marco Polo Venice Airport (IATA: VCE, ICAO: LIPZ) is an airport located on the Italian mainland near Venice, Italy, in Tessera, a frazione of the commune of Venice nearest to Mestre that, before Fascism, was an autonomous commune. The airport was named after the Venetian traveller Marco Polo, who is considered the European rediscoverer of China. It is considered one of the three most important airports in northern Italy (with the two international airports of Milan, Malpensa and Linate). The airport is managed by SAVE S.p.A., a company partially controlled by local authorities. The stock is traded on the Milan Stock Exchange. The airport is connected to the nearby railway station of Venice-Mestre and to the bus terminal of Venice-Piazzale Roma by scheduled bus services, and to Piazza San Marco by water taxi.
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