If you are considering flying to our region, there are three main airports in Puglia. Bari International Airport-Karol Wojtyla and Salento Airport in Brindisi are the most efficient airports and run international flights regularly.
Here below we list the most important Puglia Airport and how to get there:
International Airport of Bari “Karol Wojtyła”: Located 30min from Bari city centre, it is the main airport of the region. There are many airlines flying to Bari for both international and national traffic. Very cheap flights with low cost airlines are available through the year from the main European capitals. Buses from city centre leave every 20-30 mins.
International Airport of Brindisi “Salento”: The new International Airport has been recently opened. There are many airlines flying to Brindisi for both international and national traffic. Very cheap flights with low cost airlines are available through the year from the main European capitals. Strategically located it covers the provinces of Brindisi, Taranto and Lecce. The three cities can easily be reached by train, bus or renting a car. Motorways connect the three cities.
Airport of Foggia “Gino Lisa”: This airport is mainly used for tourist flights connecting the region to its archipelago of Tremiti Islands. Internal flight to main cities in Italy such as Milan, Turin, Palermo are also available.
All the local airports are well served with bus services and international and local car rental companies. Other Italian airports that are within easy reach to Puglia are Naples, Rome and Pescara, with internal flights via Milan and Rome to Bari or Brindisi.
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Here below the main airlines flying to and from Puglia airport:
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FAQs related to Puglia airport
There are two main airports in Puglia: the Karol Wojtyla Airport in Bari and the Airport of Salento in Brindisi.
International Airport of Bari “Karol Wojtyła”: Located 30min from Bari city centre, it is the main airport of the region. There are many airlines flying to Bari for both international and national traffic.
289km separate Rome from entering Puglia if you drive along the Autostrada A16
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