Lamezia Terme International Airport

Lamezia Terme International Airport (Italian: Aeroporto Internazionale di Lamezia Terme "Sant'Eufemia") (IATA: SUF, ICAO: LICA) is an airport in the Sant'Eufemia district of Lamezia Terme, Calabria, Italy. It is the principal airport of Calabria. Additionally, a military helicopter unit, the 2° Reggimento dell'Aria "Sirio", is based near the airport.

Lamezia Terme
International Airport

Aeroporto Internazionale
di Lamezia Terme
Aeroporto Lamezia
Airport typePublic
OperatorSacal S.p.A.
ServesLamezia Terme
LocationLamezia Terme, Italy
Elevation AMSL46 ft / 14 m
Coordinates38°54′19″N 16°14′32″E / 38.90528°N 16.24222°E
Lamezia Terme International Airport is located in Italy
Lamezia Terme International Airport
Lamezia Terme
International Airport
Direction Length Surface
ft m
10/28 9,900 3,017 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passenger change 14–15Decrease -2.8%
Aircraft movements21,524
Movements change 14–15Decrease -5.9%
Statistics from Assaeroporti[1]


In 1965 a consortium, CONSAER, was formed to build a new airport near the motorway, the railway and the port of Gioia Tauro; level ground near Lamezia Terme was chosen as the site. The airport opened in June 1976. Its IATA airport code SUF derives from the name Sant'Eufemia. Itavia began scheduled flights to Rome-Fiumicino, Milan-Linate, Catania and Palermo in December of that year. The airport was expanded and modernised in 1982.

Since 1990 it has been managed by SACAL SpA, which is jointly owned by various local government administrations and by private investors.

A contract to extend the runway from the current 2414 metres to 3000 m was awarded on 27 December 2007. A design competition for a new passenger terminal to replace the present building was held in November 2008, and was won by Engco.

Airlines and destinations

Aegean Airlines Seasonal: Athens
Air Italy Milan–Malpensa[2]
Air Transat Seasonal: Toronto–Pearson
Alitalia[3] Milan–Linate, Rome–Fiumicino
Seasonal: Bologna
Austrian Airlines Seasonal: Vienna
Blue Air Turin
Condor Seasonal: Munich
easyJet Basel/Mulhouse, Milan–Malpensa
Edelweiss Air Seasonal: Zürich
Eurowings Seasonal: Cologne/Bonn, Düsseldorf, Hannover, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna
Helvetic Airways Seasonal: Zürich
Lufthansa Seasonal: Munich
Luxair Seasonal: Luxembourg
Neos[4] Seasonal: Milan–Malpensa, Verona
Ryanair Bergamo, Berlin Tegel (begins 6 April 2019), Bologna, Charleroi, Hahn, Hamburg, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, London–Stansted, Kraków, Madrid, Milan–Malpensa,[5] Pisa, Treviso
Seasonal: Weeze
SmartWings Seasonal: Bratislava, Brno, Košice, Ostrava, Prague[6]
Sun d'Or Seasonal charter: Tel Aviv–Ben Gurion
SunExpress Deutschland Seasonal: Frankfurt, Leipzig/Halle
TUI Airways Seasonal: London-Gatwick (begins 11 May 2019),[7] Manchester (begins 11 May 2019)[7]
TUI fly Belgium Seasonal: Brussels
TUI fly Deutschland Seasonal: Düsseldorf (begins 18 May 2019),[8] Frankfurt (begins 18 May 2019)[8]
Transavia Seasonal: Rotterdam
Volotea Verona[9]
Seasonal: Genoa[9]
Windrose Airlines Seasonal charter: Kiev–Boryspil[10]
Wizz Air Bucharest, Warsaw–Chopin


  1. ^ "Statistiche Dicembre 2014".
  2. ^ Air Italy outlines 737 MAX 8 network from May 2018 Routesonline. 4 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Alitalia - Biglietti aerei - Voli nazionali e internazionali".
  4. ^ "Flight Times".
  5. ^
  6. ^ "SmartWings Flight schedule".
  7. ^ a b "Flight Timetable". 5 November 2017. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  8. ^ a b "Timetable". 8 July 2018. Retrieved 8 July 2018.
  9. ^ a b Volotea schedules additional routes in S18 Routesonline. 6 April 2018.
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