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Transportation from Ancona Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 19. 2. 2024

Despite the relatively light flight traffic, Ancona Airport is well connected to public transport by train and special bus lines.

Car rental services are also available in the terminal.

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Bus

The Aerobus Raffaello line runs directly to the terminal. The timetable is adapted to follow all departures and arrivals and can be found on the official website: conerobus.it/aerobus-raffaello.

The buses run from the airport to Ancona city centre, stopping also in the nearby town of Falconara Marittima on the way. In both cases, the stops are near the train station.

Tickets are purchased from the driver and can be paid by card or cash.

  • Price Ancona - 5,50 eur (return)
  • Price Falconara Marittima - 3,30 eur (return)

The journey time to Ancona is approximately 35 minutes.

Train

Just less than 100 metres from the terminal, use the Castelferretti - Falconara Aeroporto train station, where Trenitalia trains stop.

The train is cheaper than the bus and runs significantly more frequently, although it does not connect directly to the flight schedule.

Trains run to Falconara Marittima, Ancona and inland to Jesi, Fabriano, Chiaravalle and Foligno.

Tickets can be bought at the ticket machine on the platform (you must mark them in the validator before boarding the train) or via the trenitalia.com website.

  • Price Ancona - 2,60 eur (one way)
  • Price Falconara - 2 eur (one way)
  • Frequency - 1 to 3 trains per hour

Car rental

If Ancona airport serves as a starting point for trips around the Marche region countryside, the best option is to rent a car. Many large international and smaller local car rental companies are based right at the airport.

Prices for smaller rentals start at 120 eur for 4 days, but more reputable rental companies currently offer prices from 200 eur.

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Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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