The Venice-Marco Polo Airport ( IATA : VCE , ICAO : LIPZ ), also known as Venice Marco Polo Airport, is an airport Italian, which is 13 km from central Venice. The airport is named after Marco Polo and serves as a base for Volotea and easyJet.
It is among the most important airports in northern Italy, preceded by Milan airports. The concessionaire is SAVE Spa , a company with partial local public participation, listed on the Milan stock exchange .
The Venice-Tessera airport is connected by a scheduled bus service to the nearby Venice-Mestre railway station, in the metropolitan hinterland. It is also connected to the Fondamente Nove in Venice, via a sea transport carrier called Vaporetto.
During 2019, the airport had a traffic of 11,561,594 passengers
From Venice airport primarily Italian and European city destinations are served in point-to-point traffic, including for example London and Madrid. Despite its proximity to Treviso Airport, it is also used by low-cost airlines such as easyJet. Long-haul connections exist to the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Canada and South Korea. UPS Airlines operates a cargo flight to Cologne-Bonn several times a week.
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