Which Italian airports are operating now

March 2020

Given the drop in air travel and the control efforts against Covid-19, a decision has been taken about the operating airports

March 13, 2020 Decree of the Ministry of Transport has established which airports will continue to operate throughout the national territory.
In Milan, passenger traffic will be all transferred to Milan Malpensa airport, with the temporary closure of Milan Linate airport which will only be employed for medical emergency flights and/or for organ transport.
Fiumicino Airport in Rome is open, whereas Ciampino will be employed for state flights, organ transports, Canadair, and emergency services.

At Malpensa Airport, passenger traffic should be concentrated on terminal 2 to minimize the number of people and vehicles.

The operating airports in Italy :
– Ancona,
– Bari,
– Bologna,
– Cagliari,
– Catania,
– Genoa,
– Lamezia Terme,
– Lampedusa,
– Milan Malpensa,
– Naples Capodichino,
– Palermo,
– Pantelleria,
– Pescara,
– Pisa,
– Rome Fiumicino,
– Turin,
– Venice Tessera.