Pisa Airport Galileo Galilei in a nutshell
Pisa Airport is officially named after Galileo Galilei, an Italian physicist, philosopher and astronomer who was born in Pisa.
The airport is located at only 2 kilometres from Pisa, 20 kilometres from Livorno and 80 kilometres from Florence. It is the gateway to Tuscany, a popular holiday destination. The airport is located directed on the motorway, and it is therefore easy to reach by car and bus, and there is also an excellent train connection just outside the departure terminal.
The airport has a beautiful shopping area and several restaurants, including a self-service restaurant and a pizzeria. For business appointments you can book a (conference/meeting) room at the Pisa Airport Business Centre. There is also a VIP lounge. The airport has public computers with Internet connection, and you can buy last-minute tickets. Other facilities include ATM machines, money exchange machines, a bank and a post office.
In the aviation industry Pisa Airport is indicated by the abbreviations PSA (IATA airport code) and LIRP (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Pisa Airport Galileo Galilei