Bologna Marconi Airport BLQ
, or Bologna Gulielmo Marconi Airport, is serving the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy, an area with 10 million inhabitants
The Airport is located 6 km northwest of the city center of Bologna (200 km south-east of Milan) and is accessible via the following motorways (a) A1 from Milano, Exit Bologna Borgo Panigale; (b) A13 from Padova, Exit Bologna Arcoveggio; (c) A14 from Ancona, Exit Bologna San Lazzaro (in all three instances, take the by-pass).
With two runways and 7.6 million passengers in 2016, Bologna Airport is served by numerous domestic & international, regular & low-cost airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
Bologna Airport has two passenger terminals - the Main Terminal and the East Terminal.
- Self-service immigration control technology from SITA speeds up the border process for EU passengers holding a biometric passport - taking on average 20 seconds and reducing waiting times.
- A new elevated above-ground self-driven train is to be completed by 2019.