Brindisi Airport in a nutshell
The airport of Brindisi, 'Papola Casale', is located three kilometres to the north of this Italian port. Together with Bari, this airport processes the main share of the air traffic in Alulia (Puglia) in Southern Italy. The airport of Brindisi is a part of Aeroporti di Puglia, to which the airports of Foggia and Taranto also belong.
There is no train connection to the airport. There is a bus service to the centre of Brindisi. The route from the airport to the city is clearly indicated.
There are no hotels at the airport, but there are various hotels in Brindisi. The number of shops and places to eat and drink are limited. There are two (snack) bars and a restaurant. In addition, there are machines with hot and cold drinks, and snacks. Except for some basic facilities (fax, telephone) at the service desk, there are no business facilities. In the terminal building there are no cash machines. The airport is reasonable accessible to disabled people.
In the aviation industry Brindisi Airport is indicated with the abbreviations BDS (IATA airport code) and LIBR (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website Brindisi Airport