Aeroporto di Forlì - "L. Ridolfi"
|IATA: FRL – ICAO: LIPK
|Elevation AMSL||94 ft / 28.7 m|
|Passenger change 11-12||-24.4%|
|Movements change 11-12||-31.4%|
|Sources: Airport website
Statistics from Assaeroporti 
Forlì Airport (IATA: FRL, ICAO: LIPK), also known as Luigi Ridolfi Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Forlì - "L. Ridolfi"), is an airport serving Forlì, a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. It is named for Italian aviator Luigi Ridolfi (it).
On March 29 2013 the last flight from the airport left off. The airport is now closed due to bankruptcy of the company that ran it. Some chinese investor seem to be interested on buying the airport.
Airlines and destinations
Forli Airport was used by Wind Jet too but they moved to the nearby Rimini Airport on 27 March 2011. Ryanair also used to fly from Forli to a number of European cities such as London-Stansted and Frankfurt-Hahn, until it moved to the nearby Bologna Airport.
- Runway & Infrastructure. Aeroporto di Forlì - "L. Ridolfi". Accessed 24 January 2010.
- Associazione Italiana Gestori Aeroportuali
- Forli Airport, official website
- Forlì Airport Information
- Accident history for FRL at Aviation Safety Network