Getting to Abruzzo

Abruzzo is conveniently served by 4 airports; Rome Fiumicino, Rome Ciampino, Naples and Pescara. The routes below are a snapshot of the situation as it stands at the moment but, due to the Covid-19 situation, routes are changing all the time. We suggest you consult and then the websites of the relevant airlines for the latest information.

Rome Fiumicino
This is Rome’s main airport and is served by many of the world’s airlines such as British AirwaysEasyjetNorwegianKLMAir MaltaAer Lingus and Air France. Most European countries have direct flights to Rome Fiumicino as well as others such as the US, Israel, South Africa and the UAE, 

Rome Ciampino
Ciampino is Rome’s second airport but it is a bit nearer to Abruzzo. It is mainly served by Ryanair from London Stansted and several other European airports. 

Naples airport is the nearest airport for the Roccaraso area and is well-served by British Airways, Easyjet, and Ryanair from London and Manchester in the UK. There are regular flights from many countries including Ireland, Netherlands, Denmark, Czech Republic, Poland, UAE, Russia and Israel with Easyjet, Ryanair, Wizz Air and others. 

This is Abruzzo’s own airport located on the Adriatic coast. It is served by Ryanair from London Stansted, Malta and Brussels.

Approximate Transfer Times


Naples AirportRoccaraso / Rivisondoli 1 hr 40 mins
 Castel di Sangro1 hr 30 mins
PescaraRoccaraso / Rivisondoli1 hr 20 mins
 Castel di Sangro1 hr 30 mins
Rome CiampinoRoccaraso / Rivisondoli2 hrs 15 mins
 Castel di Sangro2 hrs 30 mins
Rome FiumicinoRoccaraso / Rivisondoli2 hrs 30 mins
 Castel di Sangro2 hrs 45 mins


Airport to Resort Transfers

Ski Abruzzo can arrange to collect you from your arrival airport and take you to your chosen resort hotel.
We work with reliable, professional local companies who have a range of comfortable vehicles to whisk you up to the slopes as quickly as possible.

coach in front of St Peter's basilica in Rome