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Padua Airport Guide
Padua in Italy is well known for two things: its antiquity and its university. Considered as the oldest city in Northern Italy, this historical city in the region of Veneto is home to hundreds of artistic and archaeological centers, medieval infrastructures and the world-famous University of Padua, an 820-year old educational institution that employed Galileo Galilei as one of its lecturers. Due to the city’s wide gamut of natural and man-made attractions, Padua is frequented by millions of tourists every year, both international and local. However, despite the horde of tourists it welcomes, the primary Padua airport is still not opened to commercial flights.
Padua “Gino Allegri” Airportis the primary air hub in the city. The airport facility itself is smaller than the nearest airports to Veneto, but the runway is impressively long for its ground capacity. With a runway measuring up to 3,700 feet, the width is rather narrow and can only accommodate small aircrafts and private air vehicles. Although this is the nearest airport to the main attractions of the region, commercial flights are still redirected to Treviso Airport, the biggest commercial airport in the region.
Since World War I, the Padua Airport has been used for civil and military purposes. The name of the airport itself came from a famous Italian aviator who tried to land a small aircraft on the facility during the war.
Since early 2000s, there were rumors of plans to open the Padua airport to the public to cater to commercial flights since this is more practical than having to land on farther air hubs. Unfortunately, the talks remain to be rumors and no formal announcement has been made by the government as of now.
The city of Padua is commonly included in an aggregated metropolitan area, the Padua-Treviso-Venice Metropolitan Area, making transportation, communication and commercial centers well integrated as well. Since arriving and departing flight passengers need to go to Treviso and Venice, ground transportation is running through a wide network bordering from province to province. Car rental services and coach services are available from Treviso Airport to Padua City as well for those who like to have a tour.