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Transportation: Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A.

Via del Termine, 11
Firenze, 50127
Telephone: + 39 055 30615
E-mail: www.aeroporto.firenze.it/it/i-passeggeri/contatti.html
Web site: www.toscana‐aeroporti.com
President: Marco Carrai
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Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A.

Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A., the company that manages the Florence and Pisa Airport, was incorporated on 1 June 2015 through the merger of AdF – Aeroporto di Firenze S.p.A. (the company managing the Amerigo Vespucci Airport of Florence) with SAT - Società Aeroporto Toscano S.p.A. (the company managing the Galileo Galilei Airport of Pisa).

Following the merger of the two airport companies, the integrated airport system of Tuscany was set up which, through the different specialisations of the Florence and Pisa Airports and their ongoing development thanks to important infrastructural investments, strives to satisfy the unmet demand for flights in this Region, today estimated as approximately 50%, and to create an authentic gateway into Tuscany.
In the long term, Toscana Aeroporti intends to reach more than 130 destinations around the world by 2029, with 45 airline companies and 160 flights daily. Both airports will maintain their specific air traffic specialisation: the Vespucci airport will continue to develop business and leisure traffic through the full service carriers, connecting up to the main European hubs; the Galilei airport will give priority to tourist traffic operated by low-cost carriers, and cargo flights, and it will also concentrate on the development of intercontinental flights.


With 7.5 million passengers transported in 2016, and 95 destinations served by 38 airline companies, Tuscany can count on one of the most important airport systems in the country, capable of acting as a driving force for the economic development of the territory which is acclaimed as one of the most famous and appreciated regions in the world.

Toscana Aeroporti is responsible for the following activities:
• the design, construction and maintenance of the airport infrastructures (runways, aircraft aprons), of the airport terminals and the other infrastructures used by the passengers and operators;
• the supply of ground handling services to the airlines: acceptance, boarding and disembarking of passengers, loading and unloading of luggage, cargo and mail, aircraft maintenance (cleaning and other activities necessary during stopovers);
• the management of security checks of passengers and luggage (hand and hold);
• the development of commercial activities (stores, bars and restaurants, etc.);
• other airport services operated by third parties (tourist information, VAT reimbursement service, etc.).