List of airports in Europe

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This page provides links to other pages comprising the list of airports in Europe.

European airports with more than 1,000,000 annual passengers.

Lists by country[edit]

Due to the number of airports, each country or territory has a separate list:

Countries without airports[edit]

Andorra[edit]

Andorra has no airports for fixed-wing aircraft, but it has three heliports — in Andorra la Vella, La Massana, and Arinsal. The nearest airport for fixed-wing aircraft is La Seu d'Urgell Airport, Spain, ten kilometers south of the Andorran border, which is currently used for general aviation traffic, but intended to be developed as a commercial airport, redenominated "Pirineus–Andorra Airport".[1] The nearest airports with scheduled commercial service are Carcassonne Airport, Perpignan – Rivesaltes Airport and Lleida-Alguaire Airport. The nearest major airports are Barcelona Airport, Girona Airport, and Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, which all have transfers to Andorra by bus.[2]

Liechtenstein[edit]

Monaco[edit]

Monaco has no airports, but it does have the Monaco Heliport in Fontvieille. The closest airport is Cote d'Azur Airport in Nice, France.

San Marino[edit]

San Marino has an airport in Torraccia. It is owned by the AeroClub San Marino (ACS).[3] There is also a heliport in Borgo Maggiore. Transfers to San Marino by bus are available from the Federico Fellini International Airport, located near Rimini, Italy.

Vatican City[edit]

Vatican City does not have any airports as the size of the country is too small to accommodate.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Se reabre el aeropuerto de La Seu d'Urgell, cerrado desde 1984" (in Spanish). Lavanguardia.es. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 
  2. ^ "azfreight.com". Azworldairports.com. Retrieved 2013-07-26. 
  3. ^ (Italian) AeroClub San Marino official site

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