The "Alvaro Leonardi" local airfield at Terni, run by Terni Reti S.u.r.l. is the biggest in the Terni province. It is located in the area of "Le Sore" in Maratta (7 km West the centre of Terni). It is named after Alvaro Leonardi, an aviator from Terni, with over 620 flying hours and 25 air combats during the First World War, awarded with the Silver Medal for military honour and the Cross of War Merit.
The airfield has an 870 m asphalt runway, with 09/27 orientation. The preferred take-off and landing runway is 27..
It has a refuelling station (Jet A1, AV Gas 100 LL, Mogas 100 Octans).
It is provided with:
- visual control tower with an autonomous radio communication system,
- 28 hangars for aircraft parking,
- fire fighting service including off-road vehicle with fire fighting module and a team of qualified and skilled operators
- H24 helipad certified for passenger transport and HEMS, with night lights;
In 2010, at the Aviation Hall in Venice, the Terni airfield was awarded "best tourist port of call of the year"
ARRIVALS: Compulsory radio contact during parachuting activity
LOCAL RESTRICTIONS: It is prohibited to fly under 1500 ft AGL south-east area of the field centred upon the geographical coordinates lat. 42°33'14" N long. 12°35'52" and for a range of 1 NM (Notam AIP Italy RAC 5-8-6)
ALLOWED TRAFFICS:: General Aviation, Aerotaxi Service, HEMS, Police and Defense Forces, Flying schools, Gliding, Ultra-lights, Parachuting, Hot-Air Balloons, Kiting.