Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi – Umbria International Airport

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The Perugia Airport ( ICAO code: LIRZ, IATA code: PEG, Italian: Aeroporto di Perugia -Sant'Egidio " San Francesco d' Assisi " ) is an international Italian airport. It is located 10 km east of Perugia at an altitude of 212 m AMSL. It is the only commercial airport in the region of Umbria. It is named after St. Francis of Assisi.


The airport has a long 2199 m, 45 m wide asphalt runway with orientation 01 / 19th As navigation or approach aids are among other things a DVOR / DME, VDF, a direction finder and a PAPI system. For approaches in the direction of landing 01 also an ILS CAT I. exist

From the start and runway two taxiways lead to the west of it situated advance with the single terminal. The terminal was renewed on the basis of a draft of the architect Gae Aulenti 2011 and 2012. South of it is the Tower, north several hangars.


Within 5 NM ( 9 km ) around the airport a Aerodrome Traffic Zone was established ( airspace D) ft from the ground up to an altitude of 2500 extends ( 762 m) above ground. This is from a control zone ( also airspace D) included. Are still within the Aerodrome Traffic Zone located west of the airport, the restricted area LI- R36 and east of it, the air exclusion zone LI- P252.

Airlines and destinations

The most significant airline on the ground is Ryanair. In addition, are still regional and charter airlines in Perugia active.


Buses connect the airport with the main train station of Perugia. The journey time is around 20 minutes.


The airport will be expanded. The near Foligno Airport has similar plans and wants to ascend to the second traffic airport in Umbria.