Turin Airport Reviews 2017


Turin Airport is an Italian airport located in Caselle Torinese, serving Turin, Italy. Turin Airport is also known as “Sandro Pertini Airport” or Aeroporto Sandro Pertini after their former Italian President and as “Turin-Caselle Airport” or Aeroporto di Torino-Caselle. They are operated by Società Azionaria Gestione Aeroporto Torino and administered by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC).

Our Turin Airport reviews give you an overview of Turin Airport’s services, facilities, and establishments, location and how to get there, and what travellers think of their experience at TRN. We hope that these Turin Airport reviews help.

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Turin Airport reviews on Airlinequality gave the Italian airport a 4 star out of 10 rating. On May 12, 2017, Mark Vella wrote: ‘Turin Airport looks new but it is clearly mismanaged. The problem, as is usually the case in Italy, starts at the top and continues all the way down to those who are supposed to clean the toilets. Staff at security simply look unprofessional and are busy chatting with each other… The worst is boarding – Passengers are checked for boarding in up to 20 minutes before they can actually board the flight.”

Turin Airport Reviews 2017 airport service

Overall, travellers found Turin Airport disorganised, especially in terms of seating, comfort, staff or customer service, and baggage handling.


Turin Airport’s public area of the terminal has their airport information desk. There is also free unlimited WiFi service at the airport for travellers.

Turin Airport Reviews 2017 interior

There are restaurants, bars, and snack outlets at both Arrivals and Departures, with a wine bar located in the boarding lounge. You may shop for books, fashion garments, souvenirs, and other local delicacies at the airport’s numerous shops. Other services at Turin Airport are ATMs and cash machines, currency exchange, car rental services, family services, fast track services to minimise waiting time at the airport, a pharmacy, and a prayer room.


Turin Airport is a 20- to 30-minute drive from the city center of Turin, from which it is clearly signposted. To reach ITA, follow the Raccordo Autostradale Torino-Aeroporto di Caselle northwards which will lead you straight to the airport.

Location – Traffic – Service

Turin Airport is located at Caselle Torinese, 16 km north-northwest of the city of Turin, in the Province of Turin of the Piedmont region of northern Italy.

In 2016, Turin Airport handled 3,950,908 passengers and 46,496 aircraft movements on their long runway. A focus city for Alitalia and Blue Air, Turin Airport is served by domestic, international, regular, and low-cost airlines as well as by seasonal charters with connections all over the world. Direct flights fly from here to Europe and North Africa. For a comprehensive list of the destinations of Turin Airport, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.

Turin Airport Reviews 2017 airline

News and Awards

These are some awards and recognition which Turin Airport received throughout the years:

ACI Europe Best Airport Awards – 1 to 5 million passengers: 2007, 2008.

Meanwhile, Turin Airport was renovated in 2005 for the Winter Olympics.

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Concluding Words About the Airport

Turin Airport needs some work but if people can tolerate the somewhat uncomfortable conditions inside, they can wait for more improvements.

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