Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A. is the company that manages Pisa and Florence airports, incorporated after the merger by incorporation of the two former companies – SAT Spa and AdF Spa - respectively the concessionaires for the management of the Pisa “G. Galilei” airport and the Florence “A. Vespucci” airport.

The merger between the two companies has been a significant step for the creation of a single integrated airport system in Tuscany, capable of boosting the economic development of the territory in one of the most renowned and beloved regions of the world.

The two airports will maintain their specific features in terms of air traffic: while the Vespucci airport will keep developing the business and leisure traffic through full service carriers, by connecting the main European hubs, the airport will prefer tourist traffic managed by low-cost carriers, cargo flights, and will also aim at developing intercontinental flights.

In 2015, the Tuscan Airport System recorded 7.2 million passengers connecting Tuscany with 94 (13 national and 82 international) destinations, with 36 Airlines operating in the Pisa and Florence airports, and developed over 8,937 tons of cargo and mail.

In 2015, the Tuscan Airport System is the fourth Italian airport system after Rome, Milan and Venice.

FLORENCE

The Florence “A. Vespucci” airport is the City Airport in the heart of Tuscany.
Only 4 km away from the centre of Florence, the airport enjoys a geographically privileged position both for the leisure and business traffic; it is connected to the city centre and to the rest of the Region with many ground transportation options.
In 2015, the Florence airport recorded a traffic of over 2.4 million passengers.
In the summer 2016, twenty-one airlines operated flights to and from a total of 33 destinations, of which 7 national and 26 international airports.

PISA

The Pisa “G. Galilei” airport: the “Tuscan gateway”.
Only 1 km away from the centre of Pisa, the Galilei airport enjoys a geographically privileged position to easily access every corner of Tuscany.
At less than 1 hour’s drive from Florence, the Pisa airport boasts over 100 ground connections per day (buses and trains) with a maximum of 1 hour’s travel between the two cities.

In 2015, the Pisa airport recorded a traffic of over 4.8 million passengers.
In the summer 2016, twenty-three airlines operated flights to and from a total of 81 destinations, of which 13 national and 68 international airports.

 

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