Pisa Airport is the most important stopover of Tuscany and it's also very practical for reaching the main tourist destinations, Pisa and Florence included. Pisa Airport is most commonly known as Pisa San Giusto, from the neighborhood name in which the airport stands, and also as Galileo Galilei Airport, in honor of this Sixteenth Century scientist who was born in this city. From Pisa Airport the easiest, the cheapest and the most comfortable way to get to Florence city centre is by Autostradale Airport Bus Express that connects in only 1 hour and 10 minutes the Tuscan stopover to Santa Maria Novella Railway Station, in the very city centre of the county town.
From Pisa Airport to Florence
Autostradale Airport Bus Express provides regular and several routes from Pisa Airport to Florence, arriving at Santa Maria Novella Railway Station, starting from 09:00 until 00:40, at the same time as the main airlines' flight arrivals that land at Pisa Airport. Autostradale Airport Bus Express runs from the P6 airport parking and arrives in Piazzale Montelungo, next to the parking of platform 16 in Florence railway station.
From Florence to Pisa Airport
Airport Bus Express also provides routes from Florence to Pisa Airport. Starting from 03:30 until 22:30, every day of the week several and regular journeys of 1 hour and 10 minutes long run until the airport, at the same time as the main airlines' flight departures that take off from Pisa. Departures are in Piazzale Montelungo, at the parking of platform 16 in Santa Maria Novella Railway Station, and arrivals are at the P6 airport parking.
Ticket price for bus connection Pisa Airport - Florence city centre
Autostradale one-way ticket from Pisa Airport to Florence, both directions, is 14 euros, 24 euros for the return ticket. Children from 2 and 12 years old can reclaim a reduced fare of 7 euros for one-way only. Tickets are available at the Flight Information Office (Flight Arrivals Terminal) or online, before getting on the bus or landing at Pisa airport.