TURIN AIRPORT - SOME INTERESTING FACTS.
Turin Airport has one terminal, a three-storey building.
You will find the Arrivals Hall on the ground floor, the departures hall and check-in desks on the first floor.
Restaurants, bars and shops are located on the second floor after the security check, just like the Piedmont Lounge.
Located in the Piedmont region, Turin Airport serves the northwest of Italy.
Also named Sandro Pertini airport which was once an Italian president.
The airport has gone through some transformations, with reservations in 1989 for the world cup and also for the winter Olympics in 2005.
The terminal building has three floors, the arrivals hall on the ground floor and the check-in area and departures covering the first floor.
The second floor is where you will find all the shops etc once you have passed through security.
With good facilities including free Wi-Fi throughout, shops, restaurants and bars and also a well-stocked duty-free.
A good airport with good disabled facilities, staff are very friendly but with limited English.
AIRLINES THAT USE TURIN AIRPORT
You can get flights from the following airlines;
British Airways (London Heathrow)
Easyjet (Bristol, Gatwick, Luton and Manchester)
Jet2.com (Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Stansted and Manchester)
Ryanair (Stansted and Bristol)
TUI Airways (Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Doncaster-Sheffield, Dublin, Glasgow, London–Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle upon Tyne)