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Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport

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Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport

"Giuseppe and Francesco Notarbartolo" Airport
A view of part of the airport with a Sukhoi Su-31 in the foreground
Airport typePublic & Police
Elevation AMSL345 ft / 105 m
Coordinates38°07′06″N 13°18′47″E / 38.11833°N 13.31306°E / 38.11833; 13.31306
Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport is located in Italy
Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport
Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport
Direction Length Surface
ft m
17/35 4,002 1,220 Asphalt

Palermo–Boccadifalco Airport (ICAO: LICP),[1] also known as Giuseppe and Francesco Notarbartolo Airport, is the elder of two facilities which serve the Sicilian capital Palermo, in Italy. Located on the outskirts of the city, just before Monte Cuccio, it is one of the oldest airports in the country. Today it houses a Botanical garden and an ancient villa. The latter is used as the Officers' Club by the Italian Aeronautica Militare (Airforce).

Map of the airport
Map of the airport


The airport was built during the early 1920s and became the base of the Italian Regia Aeronautica with Palermo as the headquarters of the 4th Aerial Zone. After being seized by Allied forces during the Invasion of Sicily (Operation Husky) in July 1943, it was used by the United States Army Air Forces Twelfth Air Force as a combat airfield. The 52d Fighter Group flew Supermarine Spitfires from the airport from the end of July until December 1943. It was turned back over to Italian authorities after the Americans advanced north into Italy.

After the war, it was Palermo's main airport and the third busiest in Italy. 1960 saw the opening of Palermo International Airport 33  km west of the city; it was also called Punta Raisi Airport. The original site was under joint military–civil use until 1 January 2009, when the Italian aviation authority ENAC acquired sole use of the airport.

Road sign for the airport.
Road sign for the airport.

Some wreckage from the 2005 crash of Tuninter Flight 1153 was stored at the airport.[2]

Today the airport is used by one of the local Aeroclub and for general aviation. As of 2011 no commercial flights are operated from the airport.


  • Boccadifalco (without flight control) 122.600 MHz
  • Punta Raisi Monitor 119.050 MHz
  • Palermo Radar 120.200 MHz

See also


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2009-04-15.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) LICP on
  2. ^ Final Accident Report Archived 2011-05-14 at WebCiteANSV.

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