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Turin Airport
Aeroporto di Torino
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Airport type Public
Operator Società Azionaria Gestione Aeroporto Torino S.p.A.
Serves Turin, Italy
Location Caselle Torinese
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL 989 ft / 301 m
Coordinates 45°12′09″N 007°38′58″E / 45.20250°N 7.64944°E / 45.20250; 7.64944Coordinates: 45°12′09″N 007°38′58″E / 45.20250°N 7.64944°E / 45.20250; 7.64944
Website www.aeroportoditorino.it
LIMF is located in Italy
Location of airport in Italy
Direction Length Surface
m ft
18/36 3,300 10,827 Asphalt
Statistics (2012)
Passengers 3,521,847
Passenger change 11–12 Decrease -5.1%
Aircraft movements 51,773
Movements change 11–12 Decrease -5.1%
Source: Italian AIP at EUROCONTROL[1]
Statistics from Assaeroporti[2]

Turin Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Torino) (IATA: TRN[3]ICAO: LIMF), also known as Turin-Caselle Airport (Aeroporto di Torino-Caselle), is an airport located at Caselle Torinese, 8 nautical miles (15 km; 9.2 mi) north-northwest of the city of Turin,[1] in the Province of Turin, Piedmont region, northern Italy. It is also named Sandro Pertini Airport (Aeroporto Sandro Pertini), after former Italian President Sandro Pertini.[4] The airport is a focus city of the reborn Alitalia.

The aerodrome is operated by Società Azionaria Gestione Aeroporto Torino S.p.A. and administered by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC). The air traffic service (ATS) authority is ENAV S.p.A.[1]


The airport was built in 1953, on the site of a World War II air base, and was renovated in 1989 for the 1990 FIFA World Cup and then again in 2005 in preparation for the Winter Olympics.

Turin airport won the ACI Europe Best Airport Awards in the category from 1 to 5 millions passengers in both 2007 and 2008.[5]


The airport resides at an elevation of 989 feet (301 m) above mean sea level. It covers an area of more than 57 thousand square meters.[5]

The airport has one runway designated 18/36 with an asphalt surface measuring 3,300 by 60 metres (10,827 ft × 197 ft).[1] The Runway 36 is ILS (Instrument Landing System) certified III B for approach with visual range less than 200 meters (656 ft) but not less than 75 meters (246 ft).

Alenia Aeronautica has an office at the airport and in San Maurizio Canavese.[6]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Alitalia Airbus A320 taxiing at Turin Airport front of the control tower
Lufthansa retrojet Airbus A321 pushback at Turin Airport


Airlines Destinations
Air France
operated by CityJet
Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Air Moldova Chișinău
Alitalia Lamezia Terme, Reggio Calabria, Rome-Fiumicino, Tirana
operated by Alitalia CityLiner
Naples, Rome-Fiumicino
Blue Air Catania, Lamezia Terme (begins 1 April 2015)
British Airways London-Gatwick
Brussels Airlines
operated by Tyrolean Airways
easyJet Winter seasonal: London-Gatwick
Iberia Regional
operated by Air Nostrum
Jet2.com Seasonal: Manchester
operated by KLM Cityhopper
Lufthansa Frankfurt
Lufthansa Regional
operated by Lufthansa CityLine
Frankfurt, Munich
Lufthansa Regional
operated by Air Dolomiti
Meridiana Cagliari, Naples
Seasonal: Olbia
operated by Blue Air
Berlin-Tegel,[7] Naples
Monarch Airlines Seasonal: Birmingham
Neos Seasonal: Minorca, Palma de Mallorca
Ryanair Barcelona, Bari, Brindisi, Catania, Charleroi, Eindhoven, London-Stansted, Malta, Palermo (begins 27 March 2015),[8] Trapani
Summer seasonal: Alghero, Ibiza
Winter seasonal: Dublin
Thomas Cook Airlines Seasonal: London-Gatwick, Manchester
Transavia.com Seasonal: Amsterdam
Trawel Fly
operated by Mistral Air
Seasonal: Crotone
Turkish Airlines Istanbul-Atatürk
Volotea Palermo
Seasonal: Olbia, Palma de Mallorca
Vueling Barcelona, Rome-Fiumicino
Wizz Air Bucharest, Timişoara (begins 28 March 2015) [9]
Winter seasonal: Warsaw-Chopin (begins 17 January 2015) [10]


Airlines Destinations
Aeroflot Winter seasonal: Moscow-Sheremetyevo
Arkia Israel Airlines Winter seasonal: Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion
Blue Panorama Airlines Summer seasonal: Marsa Alam
Donavia Winter seasonal: Rostov-on-Don
Europe Airpost Winter seasonal: Dublin
Flybe Winter seasonal: London-Gatwick, Manchester
Kolavia Winter seasonal: Moscow-Domodedovo, St. Petersburg
LOT Polish Airlines Winter seasonal: Warsaw
Mistral Air Seasonal charter: Lourdes, Mostar, Sharm el-Sheikh
Meridiana Summer seasonal: Kos
Moskovia Airlines Winter seasonal: Moscow-Domodedovo
Neos Summer seasonal: Heraklion, Ibiza, Mostar
Orenair Winter seasonal: Moscow-Domodedovo, Moscow-Vnukovo
Scandinavian Airlines Winter seasonal: Copenhagen, Göteborg, Helsinki, Stockholm Arlanda
Sun d'Or International Airlines
operated by El Al
Winter seasonal: Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion
Thomas Cook Airlines Winter seasonal: Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, London-Gatwick, Manchester
Thomson Airways Winter seasonal: Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Doncaster/Sheffield, Glasgow-International, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne
Tunisair Summer seasonal: Djerba, Monastir
Ural Airlines Winter seasonal: Moscow-Domodedovo
Vladivostok Air Winter seasonal: Moscow-Vnukovo
Volotea Summer seasonal: Palma de Mallorca
Yakutia Airlines Winter seasonal: Krasnodar Airport, Moscow-Vnukovo



Year Passengers Aircraft
2013 3,160,287
2012 3,521,847
2011 3,710,485 54,541
2010 3,560,169 54,840
2009 3,227,258 56,419
2008 3,420,833 58,148
2007 3,509,253 62,136
2006 3,260,974 60,838
2005 3,148,807 56,890
2004 3,141,888 57,847
2003 2,820,448 54,710
2002 2,787,091 59,931
2001 2,820,762 64,885
2000 2,814,850 61,971
1999 2,498,775
1998 2,464,173
1997 2,391,902
1996 2,009,532
1995 1,836,407
1994 1,758,936

Data provided by Assaeroporti.[2]


Busiest international routes to and from Turin-Caselle Airport (2012)[11][12]
Rank City Passengers  % change 2011/12 Carriers operating on route
1 Frankfurt, Germany 189,342 Decrease 5.5 Lufthansa
2 Paris Charles de Gaulle, France 189,232 Decrease 11.2 Air France
3 London Stansted, United Kingdom 129,902 Increase 3.0 Ryanair, Thomson Airways
4 Munich, Germany 129,554 Increase 0.3 Lufthansa
5 London Gatwick, United Kingdom 119,080 Increase 15.7 British Airways, easyJet, FlyBe, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways
6 Madrid, Spain 113,536 Increase 3.1 Iberia Regional (Air Nostrum), Ryanair
7 Amsterdam, Netherlands 69,831 Increase 33.6 Alitalia
8 Charleroi (Brussels), Belgium 52,325 Decrease 0.4 Ryanair
Busiest domestic routes to and from Turin-Caselle Airport (2012)[11][12]
Rank City Passengers  % change 2011/12 Carriers operating on route
1 Rome Fiumicino, Lazio 879,721 Decrease 6.4 Alitalia, Blu-express, Meridiana Fly
2 Naples, Campania 300,179 Decrease 5.7 Alitalia, Meridiana Fly
3 Catania, Sicily 249,131 Decrease 14.5 Air One, Meridiana Fly
4 Bari, Apulia 164,586 Decrease 9.3 Alitalia, Ryanair
5 Palermo, Sicily 105,492 Decrease 30.0 Alitalia

Ground transportation[edit]

The airport is connected by rail to the city of Turin by the Ferrovia Torino-Ceres, operated by GTT as line A of Turin metropolitan railway service[13] and by bus, by means of the SADEM bus shuttle[14] and charter buses.[15] and Terravision buses (every hours).[16]


External links[edit]

Media related to Aeroporto di Torino-Caselle at Wikimedia Commons