Abruzzo International Airport (IATA: PSR, ICAO: LIBP) is located about 4 km from Pescara city centre, in between Tiburtina Valeria road (which historically connects Pescara to Rome) and the freeway Pescara-Chieti. The airport is about 180 km from Rome, which can be reached after an easy, panoramic drive across the Appennines, or by bus or train from Pescara and Chieti’s stations. There are taxis out of the airport. Their fare to Pescara central railway station is 15 €. There is also a cheap bus connection from the airport to Pescara’s city centre and Montesilvano. 1 € is the bus ticket fare. The ticket is available for other routes within 90 minutes from its validation. Bus number 38 (which leaves from Abruzzo Airport car park, just outside the terminals) stops in front of the railway station, but not at the bus terminal, after a 15-20 minutes journey. So the passenger is recommended to ask, possibly the bus driver, where to get off.
Today Abruzzo International Airport links Abruzzo, but also nearby Regions (such as Molise, South Marche and North Puglia), mainly to London Stansted, Frankfurt Haan, Barcelona Girona, Eindhoven, Oslo Torpe, Cagliari, Milano and Bergamo. These connections are provided by the low coster Ryanair. But other airlines supply flight connections to other destination across Europe. FlyOnair makes possible to fly to Eastern Europe, to Canada by Airtransat. Since the most of flights is seasonal, we recommend you to look up the up-to-date schedule on Abruzzo International Airport website.