Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport is just 1km from the centre of Pisa. The airport is also a convenient gateway to Tuscany and beach resorts to the north of Pisa. It is easy to reach the city of Florence on public transport. The airport has a good choice of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Pisa is exceptionally well served from the UK, with budget, charter and low-cost airlines all offering flights. Recent years have seen economical direct flights with low-cost airlines EasyJet and Ryanair. Fares are frequently among the lowest to Italy from the UK. Ryanair currently operate flights from Bournemouth, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Liverpool, Leeds Bradford and London Stansted. Some of these routes are seasonal, often starting in March. EasyJet operate year-round direct flights from Bristol and London Gatwick. EasyJet also operate seasonal flights from Luton, beginning in March and ending in October.
Budget airline Jet2.com operates routes from Belfast International, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle. These are also seasonal, starting in May and ending in October or November. You should also find well-priced flights with British Airways from London Gatwick.
The summer season sees charter flights with UK tour operator Thomson. These usually begin in May and end in September. Flights depart from Gatwick.
Aeroporto Galileo Galilei,
Tel: 39 050 849 300
The airport has its own railway station. There are direct trains to Pisa and Florence.
A local city bus departs for Pisa city centre every 20 minutes. Tickets cost 1 euro. The bus calls at the main train station.
Buses head for key destinations in the region, including Florence, Siena, Lucca and Viareggio.
Direct flights from EasyJet, Ryanair, Jet2.com, Thomson and British Airways
• East Midlands
• Leeds Bradford
• London Stansted
• London Gatwick
• Belfast International
• London Heathrow