Cuneo International Airport

Aeroporto Internazionale di Cuneo

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The Cuneo Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Cuneo Levaldigi ) is an Italian commercial airport in the southwest of the Piedmont region. Low cost airlines also refer to it as " Turin- Cuneo ".


The airport was established in 1929 as a military airfield. In the early 1960s he built virtually from scratch as a civilian airfield and 1986 open for commercial traffic. It is used today mainly by charter and budget airlines, beside it serves the general aviation and the local Aero Club. The Cuneo airport is Turin Airport is the second largest in the Piedmont region.

Location and Transport

The airport is located 16 kilometers north of Cuneo and 65 kilometers south of Turin in the village Levaldigi. About the road SS 20 (SR 20) Cuneo is to achieve and also the few kilometers to the east extending motorways A6 and A33 leading to Turin, Alessandria and Savona ( Liguria). Car rental companies are represented at the airport. There are, among other things, a bus service with Turin ( Lingotto, 60 minutes) and also to the nearby stations of Savigliano and Fossano. The winter sports area of Limone Piemonte is located approximately 40 kilometers south.


The airport has a south west running from north-east, about 2,100 meters long paved runway and runway (03 /21). Passenger terminal and apron are located west of the runway. At the southern runway threshold performs a runway.