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    Catania Fontanarossa Airport is located 3 miles south of Catania, the second largest city on the Italian island of Sicily and within easy reach of the island’s spectacular coastline.Your driver can get you to the centre of Catania in around 15 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Palermo or mainland Italy in a short flight.


    Catania Fontanarossa Airport is located on the east of the island of Sicily, which is situated in between the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. The airport has no General Aviation Terminal and so private flyers must go through the main passenger terminal. Catania Fontanarossa Airport’s flight to Rome is the busiest route in Italy.


    Does Catania / Fontanarossa Airport have private jets?

    Yes, Catania Fontanarossa Airport supports private jets.
    Catania / Fontanarossa Airport Facts
    Catania Fontanarossa Airport has one runway (08/26). The airport handles around 10 million passengers every year.
    Country: Italy
    Latitude: 37-28-00.41N
    Longitude: 015-03-59.04E
    Timezone: Europe/Rome
    Runway Length: 2560 metres
    Tarmac Access: No
    Slot Restriction: Yes


    For aircraft, services include refueling, aircraft parking and catering services.Catania Fontanarossa Airport is open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, although customs and immigrations are not 24 hours and slots are strict. For passengers and crew, a passenger lounge with bottled water and complimentary internet access can be used. Additionally, restrooms can be found here. For convenience, customs and immigration is based at the airport. For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 10 hotels are conveniently located near to Catania Fontanarossa Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to Catania, it is also within a short distance of Mount Etna.

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