for Turin's communications and the main point of access
for those coming from within Italy or abroad. A restyling in 2005 means that the airport is now one of Europe's most advanced. As well as the main Italian cities, the range of departures includes the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Rumania, Turkey, Portugal, Malta and Morocco.
The airport is within easy reach
of the city both by car because of a fast-flowing motorway feeder road connected to the North Ring Road (Tangenziale Nord), and by public transport on Sadem buses or by the GTT train. Lastly, at Collegno, the Aeritalia Airport
, used solely for tourist flights and flying school.