Treviso airport

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Treviso Airport
Aeroporto di Treviso
“Antonio Canova”
Aeroporto di Treviso A Canova.jpg

45 ° 38 '54 "  N , 12 ° 11' 40"  E Coordinates: 45 ° 38 '54 "  N , 12 ° 11' 40"  E

Height above MSL 18 m (59  ft )
Transport links
Distance from the city center 3 km southwest of Treviso
Street SS / SR 515 Noalese
Local transport ATVO Eurobus
Basic data
opening 1935
operator AerTre (SAVE)
Terminals 1
Passengers 3,254,731 (2019)
Air freight 0 t (2019)
24,116 (2019)
Start-and runway
07/25 2420 m × 44 m asphalt

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The Treviso Airport ( IATA : TSF , ICAO : LIPH ; ital. Aeroporto di Treviso-Sant'Angelo ) is an airport in Treviso in northeastern Italy that primarily of low cost airlines is used. It is sometimes marketed under the name “Venice Treviso”, but the main airport in the nearby lagoon city is Venice Marco Polo Airport .

Location and connection

The airport is about 25 km north of Venice . Treviso and Venice can be reached by bus from the airport.

Airlines and Destinations

The airport is mainly used by low-cost and charter airlines to bring tourists from other European countries to Venice or the region. Treviso is also served from German-speaking countries: Ryanair flies u. a. from Berlin-Schönefeld , Frankfurt am Main and Hamburg . Other airlines that serve Treviso Airport are Wizz Air , Albawings and NordStar .


The airport was created in the 1920s as the airfield for the local aero club. In 1935 it was opened for commercial traffic and from 1938 it was also used for military purposes.

When the Venice-Lido airport , located on the Lido di Venezia , was no longer able to cope with the volume of traffic, Treviso Airport played an important supporting role from 1953 to 1960. After the opening of the Venice Marco Polo Airport, Treviso was again used primarily for military purposes, and to a limited extent also for general aviation .

After the actual end of military use, the operator of Venice Airport (SAVE SpA) got involved in Treviso Airport in the mid-1990s, in which it now holds 80 percent of the shares. The lead Venetian airport operator has assigned Treviso a complementary role in the low-cost flight, charter and freight segments, while Venice-Marco Polo Airport mainly handles classic scheduled services. A new terminal was opened at Treviso Airport in 2007 and named after the sculptor Antonio Canova on that occasion .


Today the airport is generally called Aeroporto di Treviso “Antonio Canova” , without the previously common, controversial location “Treviso-Sant'Angelo”. The civil part of the airport in the northeast is near San Giuseppe, the military part in the south near Sant'Angelo on the river Sile . Since the importance of the military part predominated for a long time, the corresponding place name was used for the entire airport. The local population often calls it Canizzano Airport (or "Canissan") after the district near the military part. The military airfield of Treviso-Sant'Angelo should not be confused with the military airfield of Istrana , which is also called Treviso-Istrana , about ten kilometers to the northwest .

Web links

Commons : Treviso airport  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b c assaeroporti
  2. Treviso Airport: Public Transport Bus (accessed April 30, 2011)
  3. Flight Destinations. Treviso Airport, accessed on March 30, 2018 .