Serving as an entry into one of the most visited cities in Italy, Venice Marco Polo Airport is a hub for Air One. This company is part of Alitalia’s low cost service that specializes in regional flights. Of course, Alitalia is the official flag carrier for Italy. Air One connects the city of Venice with other domestic locations such as Bari, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Naples and Palermo. This means that the low cost Italian airline offers express service within continental Italy and Italian islands such as Sicily and Sardinia. The international service offered by Air One includes flights to Brussels, Istanbul, St. Petersburg, Prague and Warsaw. Alitalia connects Venice Marco Polo Airport with Rome Fiumicino International Airport. Italy’s capital is the only route offered by the Italian flag carrier.
Venice Marco Polo Airport serves as an international hub for Volotea. The Spanish low-cost airline specializes in regional flights between Venice and other popular destinations within Italian territories. Brindisi, Catania, Cagliari, Olbia, Palermo, and Reggio Calabria are the domestic destinations offered by Volotea. Bilbao is the only destination in Volotea’s home nation of Spain that is available at Venice Marco Polo Airport. French tourists from Bordeaux and Nantes can get to Venice thanks to Volotea.
Tourists from Great Britain have excellent access to Venice Marco Polo Airport thanks to several big names in the U.K. airline business. The flag carrier British Airways takes passengers from London Gatwick Airport and London Heathrow Airport to the beautiful city of Venice. In addition to serving Gatwick Airport, EasyJet also picks up passengers in London Southend Airport and Manchester Airport. The low-cost carrier Jet2 invites passengers from Edinburgh, Leeds, and Newcastle to come and explore Venice. Monarch offers charter flights from Birmingham, London, and Manchester. Another major charter airline, Thomson Airways, also links London Gatwick Airport and Manchester Airport with Venice Marco Polo Airport.
Other major European carriers take eager tourists to Venice. Aer Lingus, Air France, Brussels Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Iberia, Finnair, KLM, Luxair, and Lufthansa are national airline companies that link Venice with major capital cities in Europe.
Tourists from remote countries also can land directly at Venice Marco Polo Airport. Aeroflot takes passengers from Moscow into this beautiful Italian World Heritage city. American tourists can use Delta Air Lines and US Airways to cross the Atlantic Ocean and explore the historic canals in Venice. Thanks to Emirates Airlines, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates is directly linked to Venice.