Pisa International Airport, or Galileo Galilei Airport, is less than a mile (1km) from central Pisa. It’s a great airport to use when travelling to the Tuscany region and it is only 37 miles (60km) from Florence.
Although Pisa International Airport has a wide selection of passenger amenities, it does tend to get a bit crowded, particularly during the peak summer season. Passengers using the airport have loads of seating space in the restaurants and cafes, but the terminal itself is a little small and cramped.
With a number of low-cost airlines, such as Ryanair and easyJet, offering cheap flights to Pisa International Airport, it’s easy to find a ticket to suit your budget. There are also a number of regional carriers offering flights to Galileo Galilei Airport from cities across Europe, including Madrid, London, Rome, Athens and Barcelona. There are even some flights to Pisa International from further afield, such as Moscow, Sharm el-Sheikh and New York.
Pisa International is well serviced by public transport options and it’s a great airport to use as a gateway to the Florence region.