Where is Reggio di Calabria Airport?

Where is Reggio di Calabria Airport?

/  38.07194°N 15.65361°E  / 38.07194; 15.65361 Reggio di Calabria “Tito Minniti” Airport ( IATA: REG, ICAO: LICR ), also known as Aeroporto dello Stretto ( Airport of the Strait) is an airport located in Reggio Calabria, in southern Italy.

What is the history of Reggio airport?

Reggio military airport was inaugurated in 1939 (the first airport in Calabria), becoming operative for commercial flights in 1947; later it was named after Italian Royal Air Force war-hero Tito Minniti, who was born in Reggio Calabria. Its IATA airport code REG is derived from Reggio, Calabria ‘s main city, which the airport is closest to.

What is the oldest airport in Calabria?

How far is Reggio Calabria Airport from Atlanta?

Reggio Calabria-Airport is one of the major airports in Italy. It is an international airport with more than 0.5m passengers per year (incoming, outgoing and transit). The runways are located 16 hours away from Atlanta, GA and from here the shortest possible connection is a 1 Stop Over flight.