Treviso Airport Informational Guide to Treviso A. Canova Airport (TSF) - Non Official

Treviso Airport Terminal

Treviso Airport has a single passenger terminal, which hosts both international and domestic low-cost flights to many destinations in Europe and Africa, mainly served by Ryanair and Wizz Air.

Treviso Airport Terminal was first opened in 2007 and was named after the famous Italian sculptor Antonio Canova.


Treviso Airport Terminal is split into two different levels as follows:

Ground level

This level is dedicated to Arrivals. Find the bar in the central part of the ground floor, and nearby an escalator to the upper floor. The car rental booths are located in the north and in the east part while the VIP lounge is in the far west.

Find in this floor the Arrivals Hall along with several services such as bar, restaurants, toilets, public phones, ATMs, currency exchange, tourist information, ground transportation options, post box, PRM and many more.

First level

Find in this level the Departures and the check-in hall.

The Check-in area is located prior to the security control, counting with several services close by.

After clearing security, you’ll encounter with two waiting areas and plenty of amenities. Boarding gates are located both in the far west and in the far east of the level.

Find the available services: Food, drink and retail concessions, Wi-Fi connection spots, public telephones, phone chargers, toilets.


-Banking facilities
-Currency exchange
-Luggage wrapping
-Mobile chargers
-Duty free stores
-Food, drink and retail concessions
-Lost & Found
-Post box
-Public phone
-Free Wi-Fi 
-Treviso tourist information
-Treviso tourist office
-First aid station
-Lost luggage
-VAT refund

See more Services here.