Verona Airport is located southwest of Verona and handles around 3½ million passengers per year. It is linked to Porta Nuova railway station by a frequent bus service. There are direct flights between Verona and Rome Fiumicino, Munich, Berlin, Moscow, Naples, Frankfurt, Catania, Paris Charles De Gaulle, London Gatwick, Dublin, Palermo, Manchester, Vienna Schwechat, and Cagliari among others.
Verona Villafranca Airport , also known as Valerio Catullo Airport or simply Villafranca Airport is an airport located southwest of the city of Verona, Italy. The airport is situated at the junction of motorways A4 and A22. The airport serves a population of more than 4 million inhabitants in the provinces of Verona, Brescia, Mantua (Mantova) and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol.
Verona-Villafranca Airport is equipped with a fog-dispersal device, which remains the best solution available in Italy and abroad to date, so that flight operations could continue during times of low visibility. This system has been in operation since 2003 and allows pilots to land in visibility as low as . The runway is certified for ILS Category IIIb approach. Terminal 1 is used solely for departures and Terminal 2 for arrivals.
Verona Airport Transport System
A shuttle bus service, "Aerobus" operated by ATV, connects Verona-Villafranca Airport directly with Verona Porta Nuova station. As of 2014, this Aerobus runs daily between 6 am and 11 pm and departs every 20 minutes. Journey time takes 20–25 minutes. link link Between March 2013 and December 2014, a direct shuttle bus service ran daily between Mantova railway station and Verona-Villafranca Airport, connecting the city with its closest international gateway. This service was provided by APAM. The journey took 45 minutes. This service ceased operation on 1 January 2015. link During the summer months (June to September), ATV (Verona) buses 164, 183 and 184 additionally provide hourly connections between Verona-Villafranca Airport and major communes along Lake Garda/Lago di Garda.