The main Italian hubs for traffic of passengers
and strategical importance
In Italy we have at the moment 37 airports, which created, in 2006, a volume of 123 million passengers. Between the main airports, the most important are surely the hubs of Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa. Among the other main cities, the most crowded airports are Milano Linate, Venezia Marco Polo and Catania Vincenzo Bellini (before known as Fontanarossa).
Other minor airports are increasing their traffic thanks to low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Easyjet, Skyeurope or the italian Windjet and Myair. Particularly active are in this case airports such as Milano Orio Al Serio, Verona, Forlė and Roma Ciampino.
Only two steps away from the most important airport of Southern Italy