Located 35 km from Palermo, the Sicilian capital, Falcone e Borsellino Airport is one of the historic Sicilian airports.
Palermo airport is in fact the third airport in the South of Italy, after Naples and Catania, as regards of the number of passengers and it is connected daily with the main cities of Italy and the world and making the airport of Palermo one of the main entrances to Sicily.
Particularly active during the tourist season, when tourists from around the world flock to Sicily, the airport of Palermo is able to manage this influx of passengers well because of its good transport links, especially its connection to the A29 Palermo-Trapani motorway.
Born in '53, to replace the airport of "Boccadifalco", the Palermo airport was initially known as Punta Raisi airport and only later, after the massacres of the Mafia, was it named Falcone and Borsellino, after two Sicilian judges who were victims of that period.
The airport is managed by GESAP.
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