Palermo-Boccadifalco Airport is the located in Palermo, the main city of Insular Italy and the cultural, economic and touristic capital of the southern region of Sicily.
The largest island in the Mediterranean remains unique in terms of culture, arts, literature, cuisine and architecture because of its ancient history of over 3 000 years: Its foundation goes back to 734 BC, including the establishment the Kindgom of the Two Sicilies with the unification of the two former Kingdoms of Sicily and Naples.
Pilots from across Europe come together once a year at the Italian airfield for the International Air Race “Giro di Sicilia”
Palermo-Boccadilfaco Airport is located three miles west of the city centre of the Sicilian capital. The surrounding area has very colourful vegetation, which supplies numerous fruit and fish market places in the centre of Palermo.:
Call signs: PMO/LICP