Trieste Airport Mini Guide
Trieste Airport - What's it all About?
Trieste Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport is an unusual airport as, because of its location, it serves three countries, Italy, Croatia
and Slovenia. Last year it welcomed 1.1 million passengers through its doors. There are 1,100 parking spaces at the airport. Medium and long stay spaces are found to the left of the airport whilst short term is in front of the terminal building.
How do I get to the Airport?
Only four airlines currently fly to Trieste with the main carriers being Ryanair and Alitalia. The majority of airlines are scheduled national carriers and budget airlines.
Tell me More about how I can Make the Next Leg of my Journey
The nearest railway station is at Montfalcone and Pieris and buses take passengers from the airport to the stations. The Apt Gorizia bus company operate a number of routes from the airport to Trieste, Gorizia, Grado and Montfalcone and it’s only 30 minutes to Trieste city centre. Tickets can be purchased from the ticket machine in the arrivals hall. Taxis are another convenient option and can be hired from the rank outside the airport.
The desks of the car hire companies are inside the arrivals hall and the car park for collection just outside the terminal and along to the right. Queues can develop at the desks and it’s often worth sending the driver on ahead whilst other group members wait at the luggage carousels. Access from the airport to the A4 Venice to Trieste motorway is gained easily by way of the dual carriageway from the airport.
I Need Some Help
There is no dedicated information point in the airport although staff are able and willing to help with enquiries. There is a tourist information office which is able to offer advice on accommodation and onward travel.
What Facilities are There at the Airport?
A branch of the Cassa di Risparmio del FVG bank is found in the public area and ATMs are dotted throughout the terminal. An automated post office is also available in the arrivals hall.
Shopping at Trieste is limited but there is a Freefly Duty Free shop selling toys, perfumery, souvenirs, alcohol, tobacco and chocolate. The shop also has a section stocking local food and wine. There is also a newsagents and book seller in the departures public area and a self-service photo booth. If you need first aid assistance you’ll find the facility in the public area just after arrivals.
Linkem Wi-Fi is available in the whole of the terminal on a pay-per-use basis and there is a small business lounge with business facilities.
A lost luggage office is found in the baggage reclaim area.
People requiring first aid can find facilities in the arrivals hall. Passenger Needing Extra Help
Across the airport terminal and in the car parks there are assistance calling stations which will enable you to summon help. You are recommended to advise the airport in advance or there may be delays in assisting you. A dedicated room, the Sal Amica is available for people with reduced mobility. As is usual, it is recommended that you inform your airline before travelling so that necessary steps can be taken to assist you. The airport conforms to EU law on disability provision.