General information about VENICE AIRPORT: Departures, Arrivals, Transport, Parking, Accommodation & Car Hire
Venice Airport (IATA: VCE), known as the Venice Marco Polo Airport is the airport that serves the city of Venice and is 4.3 nautical miles from the city, being the best connected airport with the city of channels.
With more than 8,5 million passengers per year in 2015, is the fourth busiest airport in Italy. More than 40 airlines have regular flights to other destinations, with more than 1000 flights per week covering national, European and international routes.
The airport is connected to the train station, the bus station and shuttle water, allowing you to reach most tourist destinations by public transport.
The Venice-Tessera airport opened in 1960, however, in 2002 the modern terminal was built to increase the capacity of passengers passing through the airport. Currently the terminal is close to the maximum capacity and some modifications have been made in 2013 due to the steady increase in traffic.
The terminal has 3 levels:
On the ground floor are the arrivals and tourist information points, lost & found and car rental companies. On the first floor are the departures and the second floor is used as offices.