Are you planning to hire a private jet or helicopter for your next business trip to Florence, Italy? Or a weekend with friends? AEROAFFAIRES offers a tailor-made private jet hire service at the best rates.
AEROAFFAIRES tells you all about Florence airport also known as Peretola and Amerigo Vespucci. Firenze-Peretola airport is the most important airport in Tuscany, today it welcomes more than 1.5 million passengers a year. The airport was renovated in 2006 due to the increase in passenger numbers.
AEROAFFAIRES also offers a helicopter transfer service to take you to the city centre of Florence from Geneva, Rome, Pisa or Meran: an opportunity to discover the city from the sky and optimise your time.
Flying with AEROAFFAIRES also means supporting sustainable development. Thanks to our SkyCO2 programme, 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by each private flight. They are offset by supporting the preservation of South America’s primary forests.
Our business and private aviation experts are at your disposal to book a taxi plane, helicopter, long-haul private jet or VIP commercial aircraft. AEROAFFAIRES charters your private aircraft in 2 hours and at a competitive rate. To book your private jet, contact us 7/7 24H/24 on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.
Location & access
The international airport is less than 10 km northwest of Florence. It takes about 20 minutes by car to reach the city centre.
Airport Code : LIRQ/FLR
Altitude: from 38 to 42 metres
Florence airport benefits from a terminal dedicated to business aviation with shops and offers a VIP welcome service including assistance for your luggage, priority passage through security checks (Fasttrack), transfers between your private jet and the terminal, and exclusive access to the airport’s private lounges. The private lounges offer a concierge service, space for crew members, meeting rooms with WIFI.
Florence Airport has a 1650 metre long runway that can accommodate turboprops, light private jets, medium private jets, long haul private jets, and regional aircraft.
Please note, however, that due to the heavy traffic at the airport, especially during the summer season, take-off and landing slots are subject to slots and schedules may be regulated by the airport.
Florence Airport, Aeroporti di Firenze-Peretola Amerigo Vespucci, has been open since 1930. Since then it has been continuously improved and expanded. A new terminal and a new runway have been built. The airport belongs to the Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A. group, which also operates Pisa Airport.
The Florence Biennale, a biennial festival of contemporary art, is organised every two years. It is an unmissable event for art lovers. If you come to Florence at this time, it is advisable to go and admire the drawings, calligraphies, paintings, sculptures, photographs. For fashion aivionadios, the events of Pitti Immagine are worth the diversion.