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Venice Marco Polo Airport

LIPZ

Aircraft ground support at Venice Marco Polo Airport, supporting trips throughout Italy and Croatia

Lorena Carraro

Welcome to Italy!

There is one word I would like our customers to use when describing their experiences with Universal Aviation Italy – Venice, and that word is perfect!

As the very first company in Italy dedicated to business and general aviation, we continue to lead the way in our market. I believe this success is due to the fact that we always listen to our customers and offer flexibility and loyalty in our approach.

My team is extremely motivated to maintain the high standards for which we are renowned, and to keep our ground handling and VIP services sleek, efficient, and professional.

Our main facilities are located at Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, and Rome Ciampino. Additionally, 2012 has seen the opening of our brand-new VIP facility at Venice Marco Polo. Whatever your journey plans, we can coordinate your travel across Italy and Croatia, and when your business day is over, we can even organize your leisure time, booking tours, theater tickets, and concert tickets.

A warm welcome awaits you on your next visit.

Sincerely,

Lorena Carraro

Managing Director
Universal Aviation Italy – Venice

Four different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Italy and Croatia

  • We have ground support locations at LIRA, LIMC, LIML, and LIPZ
  • We have trained and badged ground handling representatives stationed at more than 15 additional airports
  • We can send our representatives to meet you at any destination
  • We can help coordinate ground support for any location

Services

Ground support capabilities

Languages spoken Italian and English
Customs and immigration? Yes – available 24 hours
UVair® contract fuel available? Yes
Conference rooms? Yes
Limousine service and car rental? Yes
Crew accommodation arrangements? Yes
Security arrangements? Yes
Maintenance? No
Direct ramp access? No
Computerized worldwide weather briefings? Yes
Baggage handling? Yes
Permit coordination? Yes
Lav service? Yes

Flight support

RVSM: Implemented
ACAS/TCAS II: TCAS ll for all aircraft
ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II: Restrictions in place
RNP 5/RNP 10 airspace: Required
8.33 MHz channel spacing: Required
Airport fire protection category: LIPZ: 8

Directions

Directions to airport from Piazzale Roma

Piazzale Roma is the only place in Venice from where you can arrive by car. From Piazzale Roma, head northeast on Ponte Della Libertà / SR11. Turn right onto SAN GIULIANO / SR14 and follow the signs to AEROPORTO or MARCO POLO. Stay on the right which branch into VIA ORLANDA /SR14 for 7.5 km. The airport entrance will be on your right side.

Directions to airport from Mestre

If you are driving from Mestre, head north on Tangenziale di Mestre / A57. Turn right and follow the signs to AEROPORTO on A27. Turn right onto VIA TRIESTINA / SR11. The airport entrance will be on your left.

Direction to Office

Once you pass the airport entrance, head straight ahead and pass two roundabouts. Turn right and follow the sign to Darsena. The General Aviation Terminal is on your left side at the end of Via Galileo Galilei, just before the dock.

Facility contact information

Aeroporto "Marco Polo"
Via Galileo Galilei 30/1
30173 Tessera Venezia

Location FAQ

Hours of operation 0800 – 2000 (24 hours on request)
Airport restrictions? GAT is open 06:00 – 22:00 local – GA aircraft are allowed to operate 22:00 – 06:00 local however you must request overtime at least 24 hours prior to arrival and a fee of 250 Euro’s will be associated with this request.
Noise restrictions? EU regulations in force
Slots required? No – PPR issued by airport authorities and given directly with handling confirmation
VIP passenger lounge? Yes – by arrangement through a third-party provider
VIP crew lounge? Yes – by arrangement through a third-party provider
Air conditioning? Yes
Internet access/Wi-Fi? Yes
Digital newspapers No
Refreshments? Yes – by arrangement through a third-party provider
Flight-plan filing? Yes
Restrooms? Yes
Showers? Yes
Prayer room? No
Hangarage? No
VIP catering? Yes

Recent articles discussing operating in Italy

from our Operational Insight blog

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Business Aircraft Ops to Venice (LIPZ) – Part 2: Airport Information, Parking & Fuel

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Business Aircraft Ops to Venice (LIPZ) – Part 1: Permits, PPRs & CIQ

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Overview of Airport Collaborative Decision Making (ACDM) in Italy

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Italian Charter Permits: Part 2 of 2 – Permit Approval Process

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Italian Charter Permits Changes – Part 1 of 2: General Requirements

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Updated Charter Ops Security Screening in for Italy – Part 2: Screening Procedures

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Flying Your Business Jet to the Venice International Film Festival

This year’s 69th Annual Venice International Film Festival runs from 29 August through 8 September 2012. Every year, Venice sees an influx of aircraft traffic during this mid-summer festival. Throughout this time period, you should expect possible airport and city congestion. As always, business aircraft operators should take steps… Read more.

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Contact Information

Contact details for Universal Aviation at LIPZ
Contact detail Location detail
Country: Italy
Main office: Venice, Italy
ICAO: LIPZ
Other office(s): Milan Linate (LIML)
Milan Malpensa (LIMC)
Rome (LIRA)
Locations served: All of Italy and Croatia
Radio frequency: N/A
SITA: N/A
Managing Director: Lorena Carraro
Phone: +39 348 5914451 (Armano Gheri)
+39 349 85 15 729 (24 hour - Stefano)
+39 027 02 00 424
Mobile: +39 349 85 15 729
Fax: +39 027 02 00 406
Contact us online: E-mail this location
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