Orio al Serio Airport

The Bergamo-Orio al Serio Airport, also known as The Caravaggio International Airport is an Italian airport located in the town of Orio al Serio, distancing only 5 km from the center of Bergamo and 50 km from the center of Milan; it expands its bounderies in the municipalities of Grassobbio and Seriate. It is in third place in the rankings of Italian airports.


The airport is mainly used by low cost airlines. It turns out to be the first in Italy for number of passengers and according to the British rating company Skytrax it is among the top 10 low-cost airports in the world.
Along with the airports of Milano-Malpensa and Milano-Linate they form the Milan airport system serving more than 36 million passengers per year (2014). Already having been named after the aviator Antonio Locatelli, on 23 March 2011 it is officially named after the famous painter Michelangelo Merisi, also known as Caravaggio.