Italy is home to several airports that serve as important gateways for both domestic and international travelers.
On this website you can find all smoking areas in airports, including designated smoking areas and available facilities. We understand the frustration of going through security only to find that there are no smoking areas anywhere and in some cases e-cigarettes may not be allowed.
This service is for all smokers who want to enjoy a cigarette before or after long flights.
- ROME FIUMICINO AIRPORT (FCO)
- MILAN MALPENSA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MXP)
- VENICE MARCO POLO AIRPORT (VCE)
- BOLOGNA AIRPORT (BLQ)
- NAPLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NÀPOLI (NAP)
- CATANIA-FONTANAROSSA AIRPORT (CTA)
- MILAN LINATE AIRPORT (LIN)
- TURIN AIRPORT (TRN)
- VERONA VILLAFRANCA AIRPORT (VRN)
- PALERMO AIRPORT (PMO)
- PISA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (PSA)
- BARI AIRPORT (BRI)
- GENOVA GENOA CRISTOFORO COLOMBO AIRPORT (GOA)
- CAGLIARI ELMAS AIRPORT (CAG)
- BERGAMO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BGY)
- TREVISO AIRPORT (TSF)
- ROME CIAMPINO AIRPORT (CIA)
- FIRENZE PERETOLA AIRPORT (FLR)
- OLBIA AIRPORT (OLB)
- LAMEZIA TERME AIRPORT (SUF)
- BRINDISI – SALENTO AIRPORT (BDS)
- ANCONA FALCONARA AIRPORT (AOI)
- TRIESTE AIRPORT (TRS)
Italy’s Smoking Law
Smoking is prohibited in indoor public places, including airports, except in designated smoking areas that are specifically designated and equipped for smoking. These areas are typically enclosed and have proper ventilation systems to contain and reduce the exposure to secondhand smoke.
It is mandatory for airports and other public places to display prominent “No Smoking” signs in areas where smoking is prohibited. These signs are typically displayed at entrances, exits, and other conspicuous locations to inform individuals about the smoking regulations.
Smoking is generally not allowed in areas such as airport terminals, waiting areas, check-in counters, boarding gates, and other indoor spaces where people gather. However, designated smoking areas may be available in some airports, where smokers can go to smoke in compliance with the law.
In outdoor areas of airports, smoking is generally permitted unless specifically restricted by local regulations. However, it is always important to be considerate of others and ensure that smoking is not causing discomfort or inconvenience to non-smokers nearby.
The use of electronic cigarettes, or “vaping,” is also subject to the same regulations as traditional tobacco smoking. Therefore, it is important to follow the designated smoking areas or specific rules set by the airport authorities regarding the use of electronic cigarettes.
It is always recommended to verify the current smoking regulations with the relevant authorities or consult official sources for the most up-to-date information.