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About Falcone–Borsellino Airport (PMO)

IATA/ICAO Code:PMO/LICJ
Address:Località Punta Raisi, 90145 Cinisi PA, Italy
City:Palermo
Country:Italy
Phone:+39 800 541 880
Website:http://www.gesap.it/
Arrivals:Falcone–Borsellino Airport (PMO) Arrivals
Departures:Falcone–Borsellino Airport (PMO) Departures
Weather Temperature: 27.72°C
Conditions: Clear
Humidity: 38%
Wind: 4.6 k/h
Pressure: 1015 hpa
Latitude/Longitude38.175999, 13.091
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Falcone–Borsellino Airport (IATA: PMO, ICAO: LICJ) (Italian: Aeroporto Falcone e Borsellino) or simply Palermo Airport, formerly Punta Raisi Airport is located at Punta Raisi, 19 NM (35 km; 22 mi) west northwest of Palermo, the capital city of the Italian island of Sicily. It is the second airport of Sicily in terms of passengers after Catania-Fontanarossa Airport, with 4,910,791 passengers handled in 2015.

GESAP S.p.a. is the airport management company of “Falcone e Borsellino” Airport in Palermo. It has a fully paid-up share capital of €15,912,332 divided between the Regional Province of Palermo, the Comune of Palermo, the Chamber of Commerce, the Comune of Cinisi and other minor partners.

Established in 1985, until 1994 GESAP operated exclusively as handler and supplier of ground services for Palermo Airport, the management of which is directly assigned by the government and overseen by the District Airport Directorate.

The airport was given the name Falcone–Borsellino in memory of the two leading anti-mafia judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino who were murdered by the mafia in 1992. A 1.90-metre (6 ft 3 in) diameter plaque featuring their portraits can be found to the right of one of the main outside entrances to the departure hall, set into a mosaic of Sicily. Created by the Sicilian sculptor Tommaso Geraci, it bears the inscription Giovanni Falcone–Paolo Borsellino–Gli Altri–L’orgoglio della Nuova Sicilia (Giovanni Falcone–Paolo Borsellino–The Others–The Pride of the New Sicily).

In 1994, GESAP was charged with the partial management of the airport through a convention which granted the company a 20-year mandate to run land-side activities (the airport buildings and surrounding areas).

In April 1999, GESAP obtained an anticipated mandate to manage the airport’s air side activities, and, more specifically, the flight infrastructure (runways, links, taxiways and aprons) as foreseen by art. 17 L. 135/97.

As airport management company, GESAP plans, creates and manages the airport’s areas, infrastructures and systems, ensuring the necessary maintenance and implementation of the same. It also provides centralised services such as airport coordination, public information systems, security controls and surveillance as well as managing commercial outlets through concessions to third parties.

In April 2004, GESAP was awarded UNI ISO 9001/2000 (Vision 2000) certification. The company had already received certification for its services and processes in the handling sector and this too was renewed by the certification body, TÜV, in December 2006.

On 30 May 2004, ENAC awarded GESAP an “airport certificate” in recognition of the airport’s full conformity with the regulations set down in ENAC’s “regulations for the construction and management of airports”. On 24 May 2007 GESAP has obtained the renewal of the airport certificate until 30 May 2010.

Today, after having recently transferred its handling sector to a controlled company, GH Palermo, GESAP is awaiting a ministerial decree that will grant it a forty-year concession for the total management of the airport. This comes after the deliberation of ENAC’s board of directors on 1 March 2005 that was officialised in a convention signed on 17 November 2006.

In August 2014, Air One announced the closure of their operations which included the shutdown of their Palermo base on 30 September 2014.

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