Verona Airport offers the following winter destinations:
AMSTERDAM, BARI, BELFAST, BIRMINGHAM, BOAVISTA, BRINDISI, CAGLIARI, CANCUN, CATANIA, DUBLIN, FRANKFURT, FUERTEVENTURA, LAS PALMAS, KISHINEV, LAMEZIA TERME, LONDON GATWICK, LONDON LUTON, LONDON STANSTED, MADRID, MALE', MARSA ALAM, MOMBASA, MONTEGO BAY, MOSCOW DOMODEDOVO, MOSCOW SHEREMETYEVO, MUNICH, NAPLES, NOSY BE, PALERMO, RIGA, ROME, SAL, SALALAH, SEVILLE, SHARM EL SHEIKH, ST PETERSBURG, TENERIFE, TIRANA, ZANZIBAR.
Some of the most important European airlines operate on Verona Airport:
AER LINGUS, AEROFLOT AIRLINES, AIR BALTIC, AIR DOLOMITI, AIR MOLDOVA, ALITALIA, BLUE PANORAMA AIRLINES, BRITISH AIRWAYS, EASYJET AIRLINE, ERNEST, FLYONE, JET2.COM, LUFTHANSA, NEOS, RYANAIR, SIBERIA AIRLINES, TRANSAVIA AIRLINES, VOLOTEA, WIZZ AIR.
Verona Airport also offers several charter flights.
A COMPETITIVE CATCHMENT AREA. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
Verona Airport enjoys a strategic geographical location in the North East, positioned at the intersection of corridors 1 and 5. It's situated within one of Europe's most competitive catchment areas in terms of the number of companies present (more than 1.3 million), thus rendering it an ideal starting point for the Airlines' operations. It's also conveniently situated close to two main motorways (the A4 Milan - Venice and the A22 Verona - Brenner), offering significant growth potential for both the inbound and outbound markets. Verona Airport is less than an hour from 6 Unesco World Heritage sites (the cities of Verona, Vicenza, Mantua and Sabbioneta, the Palladian Villas, the rock carvings of Valcamonica, the monastic complex of Santa Giulia in Brescia, and the Dolomites).
THE AIRPORT: A DRIVING FORCE BEHIND THE LOCAL ECONOMY
A study commissioned by Catullo SpA showed that the estimated value of production generated by each passenger travelling through Verona Airport stands between 120-370 Euros, thus resulting annual revenues of nearly 400 million Euros. A traffic increase of 1 million passengers creates between 1,050 and 3,200 jobs. These figures show how airports are a driving force behind the local economy.
Tourism, in fact, is an extremely important segment of the local economy. In 2011, a total of 16.2 million tourists were recorded in Verona and Vicenza, in addition to the more than 29.7 million in the Trentino region. In 2010, the Region of Lombardy recorded over 7.6 million visitors in the province of Brescia alone, with an additional 930 thousand in the province of Mantua.