The Verona airport's catchment area includes the provinces of Verona, Brescia, Trent, Bolzano, Mantua, Vicenza and Rovigo, covering an area of over 25.000 square kilometres and serving a population which, including the neighbouring provinces, reaches a total of over 10 million inhabitants.
The primary area extends over the three Italian regions of Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Lombardy, and even includes South Tyrol, which has no primary commercial airports.
The Verona airport's catchment area contains more than 385,000 active small and medium-sized businesses, and represents one of the richest and most productive areas throughout Italy, with a strong propensity for business travel.
Being located in the heart of one of northern Italy's most fascinating areas, the Verona Airport is the natural gateway to a unique land. The charming ancient cities of Verona, Brescia, Mantua and Vicenza border on the blue waters of Lake Garda and the majestic peaks of the Dolomites, overlooking the rolling hills and plains where local wineries and culinary traditions offer unforgettable experiences. Verona is one of the most visited cities in Italy, second only to Rome, Venice and Florence. On an annual basis, more than 16 million tourists pass through its catchment area, which allows for easy access to other major Italian cities, thanks to its convenient motorway links and direct high speed train connections.
A team of professionals is at the carriers' disposal in order to help them evaluate the potential routes, with studies and traffic data obtained through certified systems. Our team assists the carrier throughout each flight's start-up phase, monitoring the results obtained and intervening wherever necessary.