Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi Umbria International Airport (PEG) Information

(Assisi, Umbria, Italy)

Formerly registered as the Perugia Sant'Egidio Airport, the Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi Umbria International Airport lies in the central Italian province of Umbria. It serves the nearby regional capital city of Perugia, as well as Assisi and its surrounding area. This is a small facility, hosting just three airlines, one of which is Ryanair. This carrier offers regular flights to London and seasonal flights to Brussels, Cagliari, Girona, Milan and Trapani. Belle Air runs a regular service to Tirana, while Skybridge AirOps flies to Milan and seasonally to Olbia.

The airport has a single asphalt runway. Its recently expanded terminal facilities were opened in 2011, having been designed by Gae Aulenti (an accomplished Italian designer and architect) and part-financed by an Italian government grant. Set on a lush plain surrounded by towering hills, the complex is just three hours from Rome by car and sees a good number of visitors to Perugia's glorious medieval Old Town district (Centro Storico), as well as attracting academics fascinated by medieval art and tourists planning a weekend of sightseeing in Assisi.

Close to 200,000 passengers now pass through this airport annually. The terminal is particularly crowded out with travellers during the well-known Umbria Jazz Festival, Perugia's popular annual event, held over nine days in the middle of July.

Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi Umbria International Airport (PEG)

Address: Via dell Aeroporto / Strada Lidarno-Petrignano, Sant'Egidio, Perugia, 06134, Italy, IT
Tel: +39 075 592 141
The San Francesco d'Assisi Umbria International Airport is located just 13 km / 8 miles to the east of the ancient city of Perugia, and roughly 15 km / 9 miles west of Assisi. Surrounding communes, towns and suburbs include Collestrada, Madonna Campagna, Petrignano d'Assisi and Sant'Egidio



The airport complex is located just off the fast highway SS318. Those heading to Perugia should join the SS75 / E45, turning off at Ponte San Giovanni and joining the Via Alessandro Manzoni and then the Via Pieve di Campo. This journey takes around 30 minutes in average traffic conditions.

If you are planning to drive to Assisi, then head eastwards along the SS147 (Viale del Popolo), which passes by Bastiola and Boschetti, becoming the Via Campiglione and then the Viale Giovanna di Savoia Regina del Bulgari. The journey time for this route is also in the region of 30 minutes.


Tel: 39 075 500 9641
A local shuttle bus service, Sulga, runs from the centre of Perugia to the airport, stopping at the city's rail station and timed to coincide with flight arrivals and departures. This journey takes around 45 minutes. The Sulga buses also connect Assisi and a number of other destinations along the way.


Tel: +39 075 813 100
A metered taxi service is available at the rank outside of the airport's terminal, with local operators Radiotaxi Perugia, Radiotaxi Assisi and Taxi Bastia Umbra all offering their services.