To truly explore Italy, more and more travelers are escaping from the well-worn paths leading to Florence, Rome, and Milan, and stepping out into the rest of the country. One of the more popular spots to visit now is Ancona, located between the slopes of nearby mountains and the blue Adriatic Sea. A growing spot for holiday-makers, Ancona Airport (AOI) makes access to this paradise possible.
Located just a short drive from Ancona proper, Ancona Airport (AOI) sees daily traffic on a number of different commercial airlines, as well as occasionally handling cargo shipping via DHL. Alitalia flies daily connections to Rome’s Fiumicino Airport, while Carpatair offers service to Timisoara and Bucharest. Other destinations from Ancona Airport (AOI) include Egypt’s popular resort town of Sharm el Sheikh, Munich, Tirana, Brussels, Weeze, London, and Alghero.
Budget travelers sometimes make use of this airport since carrier Ryanair provides transportation to and from London and Brussels. With a short train ride to Rome, the airport can sometimes be a low-cost alternative to flying into that bustling city, though it is more equipped for travelers to explore Bologna. Travelers can expect the usual amenities at Ancona Airport (AOI): clean waiting areas, a few different cafes to enjoy a snack in, and some newsstands and duty-free shopping options.