Marina di Campo Airport
Aeroporto di Marina di Campo
|Airport type||Public / Military|
|Serves||Marina di Campo|
|Elevation AMSL||30 ft / 9 m|
Marina di Campo Airport (Italian: Aeroporto di Marina di Campo) (IATA: EBA, ICAO: LIRJ) is the airport of the Italian island of Elba, located in the village of La Pila, in Marina di Campo. It is also known as Teseo Tesei Airport (Italian: Aeroporto "Teseo Tesei"). It is the third airport of Tuscany in terms of passengers after Pisa International Airport and Florence Airport. Until 2017 the airport served as a focus city of Silver Air.
Opened as a grass airstrip in 1963, the airport was taken over by Milan-based company Transair in 1966 and was developed to handle commercial traffic, with regional airline Transavio flying Britten-Norman Islanders and Piaggio P.166 aircraft to Pisa, Milan and Florence, although a tarmac runway was not opened until 1991. Transavio folded in 1990, but several other regional airlines including InterSky, Silver Air and Air Alps started operations in the following years. A new terminal was opened in 2013, with the old building remaining as a cafeteria, shopping centre and offices.
|Silver Air||Seasonal: Lugano|
|Swiss Flight Services||Seasonal: La Chaux-de-Fonds|
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