Aeroporto di Bolzano
|Operator||ABD Airport AG/S.p.A.|
|Elevation AMSL||270 m / 787.4 ft|
Statistics from Assaeroporti 
Bolzano Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Bolzano — Dolomiti, German: Flughafen Bozen — Dolomiten) (IATA: BZO, ICAO: LIPB) is a small regional airport near Bolzano in the province of South Tyrol in northern Italy.
The airport was created in October 1926 with a 1300-meter landing runway.
In June 2016, a public opinion poll decided to no longer support the highly deficient airport with money from the government. Therefore, it was decided that the airport's operator company would be liquidated and the licence given back to the Italian authorities, which means the airport would be shut down entirely if no other operator were found.
South Tirol spent over €120 million in recent years for the airport without attracting any lasting scheduled traffic. Darwin Airline ceased their PSO-flights to Rome on behalf of Alitalia on 18 June 2015 leaving Bolzano Airport again without any scheduled commercial traffic.
Airlines and destinations
|SkyAlps|| Rome–Ciampino (begins 1 May 2020) |
Seasonal charter: Cagliari, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Olbia (all begins 23 May 2020)
- Associazione Italiana Gestori Aeroportuali[permanent dead link]
- History of Bolzano
- aerotelegraph.com - "South Tyroleans do not want to support Bolzano Airport anymore" 14 June 2016
Media related to Bolzano Airport at Wikimedia Commons
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