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Turin International Airport

International airport in Italy, open year round

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Turin airport, Aéroport Sandro-Pertini de Turin Caselle, is about 100km from the French border and can be used to access the ski resorts in France as well as Milan or Verona in Italy. 

For ski resorts, it is OK for access to Chamonix, which you can get to in around two hours. The Southern Alps resorts are also accessible and will take around three hours to reach Les Deux Alpes and Alpe d'Huez. For those heading to the The Valleys and the Tarantaise ski regions, you are looking at a four to five hour transfer time.

There are some transfer companies that will pick you up from the airport and take you to your resort, but this route is not as competitive as the more popular Geneva, Grenoble & Chambery options and so is likely to be quite pricey. The alternative is to hire a car and drive yourself. For public transport options, please see the airport website.

Getting to Milan will take around 2 hours drive and Verona 3 hours. 

General Airport Info:

  • Airport Code: TRN
  • Distance to City Centre: 17.5km
  • Number of Terminals: 1
  • Number of Runways: 1
  • Accepted Currency: Euros €

Travel & Transport:

  • Parking: There are five car parks located behind the terminal building. P12 Is for drop off and pick up only as is P07. If you can use P07 as it is free for the first forty minutes. P10 is the cheapest for a week but only has 160 places. The Multi storey is the biggest with 2,000 spaces but is the most expensive. Check Turin Airport Parking real time availability & parking prices. 
  • Car Hire: The Car Hire companies’ offices are located inside the multi-storey car park and in the Arrival lounge.
  • Coaches: Coaches and buses into Turin city depart on a regular basis from the airport, with several stops that include the nearby train station. You can buy your ticket on site before you board. 
  • Travelling to Tignes: The most common methods of getting from Turin Airport to Tignes are by transfer bus or hire car. Read our Transfers Guide to find out more information.
  • Railway Station: The Airport is connected to the GTT Station in Turin Dora Station. You can buy tickets in the arrivals lounge where you will also find the timetables. Find out more about train services
  • Airlines: There are lots of International airlines that fly to Turin, all year round. Use our Flight Finder to book your flights.

Services & Facilities:

  • Restaurants, Bars & Takeaways: 7 different restaurants and bars are open seven days a week at the airport, giving you a good selection to choose from. 
  • Shops: More than 20 different shops can be found in the airport, located mostly in the departure lounge. Browse the jewellery, eyewear, timepieces, perfumes, clothing, leather goods, accessories, toys and gadgets. There is also a supermarket at the arrival's lounge.
  • Medical Services: There is an office of Maritime, Air & Boarder Health where medics and paramedics are available as well as vaccinations for those planning to travel. The Office is in the left hand corner of the main terminal building.
  • Lost & Found: The Lost and Found Office is on the ground floor of the office building follow signs for > Presidenza/Direzione/Uffici SAGAT
  • Pets: Pets can be transported through the airport, but you must adhere to the relevant EU regulations

Getting Here


It takes around 1 hour to drive from the centre of Turin to the International airport. Take the SP501 or the SP12 for the most direct routes. 


  • Address
  • Strada San Maurizio 12