Parma Airport - Giuseppe Verdi LIMP/PMF
•Parma Airport ( IATA : PMF , ICAO : LIMP ) is an italian airport situated approximately 3 km north-west from the center of the city of Parma. The structure, named after the famous Parma composer Giuseppe Verdi , has an asphalt track 2,124m long and 45m wide.
•The first nucleus of the current Parma airport was designed and built by the Royal Navy after the First World War with the aim of being a base for airships.
•Today Parma airport is a base for some cities and towns to be located in the city of Parma which has been declared the Capital of Italian Culture since 2020. Parma airport operates domestic flights, charters, business and other types of flights.
•Today Parma Airport operate passangers flights from and to Trapani, Lamezia Terme, Catania, Cagliari, Bari, Chisinau, Olbia and Bolzano.