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Florence Airport

To confirm the constant increase of the airport traffic of the last years nearby the airport of Florence Perentola, AdF Spa has begun during the first months of the 2006 the airport modernization.


Florence AirportTo confirm the constant increase of the airport traffic of the last years nearby the airport of Florence Perentola, AdF Spa has begun during the first months of the 2006 the airport modernization.

With an investiment of about 11 milions of euro for the works on the runway and of about 4,5 milions of euro for the renovations of the air terminals AdF has so taken to the maxim operating efficiency the principals infrastuctures of the Florence airport and has increased the total capacity of the airport from 1.500.000 to 2.200.000 passengers/year.

To plan the new internal structure of the airstations, AdF has used particular attention to the improvement of the flow passengers in departure setting in a more rational way different operative and commercial services that the passengers find now along a more fluent way.


Desk/Security
Check-in

The departure terminal has 23 check-in desks for both direct connections and flights with intermediate stops, as long as they are operated by the same carrier or by other carriers with commercial agreements.
Opening hour:05.00 am


Amerigo Vespucci airport in Florence

Information desk:
The information desk (arrival terminal) is open from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm providing tourist information (tel.055.315874) and real time information on flight arrivals and departures (ph. +39.055.3061300) as well as information on lost baggage (ph. +39.055.30061302).

The information desk can be reached by fax 055.315874 or e-mail:
infoaeroporto@aeroporto.firenze.it

Information on flights (h24): ph. +39.055.3061700-702
WEB: www.aeroporto.firenze.it


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