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Rimini and San Marino’s Federico Fellini International Airport

Rimini has a small but growing international airport, named in honour of one of the adriatic riviera’s most famous sons, Federico Fellini. It has the longest runway in Emilia-Romagna (which boasts a number of airports).

Federico Fellini international airport (also serving the Republic of San Marino) is located on the outskirts of the city, 8 km from the centre of Rimini, at via Flaminia, 409 Miramare di Rimini.


The airport offers a host of international and domestic flights. There are direct flights to and from various European cities, including*

  • Amsterdam
  • Vienna
  • Berlin
  • Prague
  • Krakow
  • Hamburg
  • UK – East Midlands
  • Gothenburg
  • Moscow
  • Amongst others.

There are also regular domestic flights to Rome’s Fiumicino airport.

Services on offer in the airport

Air traffic to Rimini’s airport has increased dramatically, led in part by the boom of low-cost airlines. That said, the airport is small but functional. It does have a limited amount of services that include, a duty free shop (for non-eu destinations), clothes shops, bar and restaurant facilities, a bank, and car hire.

How to Get to/from Rimini’s Federico Fellini International Airport

By Bus:
You can catch the #9 bus, which goes between the Airport and Rimini’s train station regularly. Tickets cost 1euro, and can be purchased either in the airport, or at the TRAM kiosk outside the train station. For further information on Rimini’s bus network, click here

By Car:
The Via Flaminia is a continuation of the Via Circolazione Nuova, Rimini’s main ring road. It should take about 20 minutes to go from Castel Sismondo, on the other side of the city, to the Airport, but keep in mind peak traffic times when major roads like the via Flaminia and Via Circolazione Nuova can become jammed.

* the list of destinations changes, often from season to season, so for full details please see

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