Smoking at Rimini - Federico Fellini International Airport (RMI)   

Rimini and San Marino Federico Fellini International Airport, formerly Rimini Miramare Airport, and known as Rimini Airport or Fellini Airport.

Airport Rating


Before Security Smoking

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the terminals.

After Security Smoking

Airport info and photo provided by from Imre T., March 2024: After the security control, on the first floor, has a big, nice, opened terrace, where is allowed to smoke.

Further Information

Official Website


Rimini Federico Fellini International Airport, also known as Fellini Airport, is an international airport located in Rimini, in the region of Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy. It serves as a crucial gateway for tourists visiting the riviera romagnola and plays a significant role in the local economy. The airport, situated in the southern frazione of Miramare, lies approximately 5.2 kilometers (3.2 miles) southeast of Rimini’s city center and near Riccione. Notably, it is the main aerial connection to the Republic of San Marino. Named after the renowned Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini, who was born in Rimini, the airport recorded 215,767 passengers in 2022, making it the second-busiest airport in Emilia-Romagna after Bologna Airport. Fellini Airport primarily caters to low-cost carriers and charter traffic. Its history dates back to 1929 when it was established as an aerodrome on the site of the former Rimini-Riccione Defense Section of the army’s Aeronautical Service. Over the years, it has witnessed fluctuations in passenger use, influenced by factors such as the opening of the A14 tolled highway and changing tourist demographics. Interestingly, alongside its civilian significance, Fellini Airport has a notable military history, having been home to the 5th Aerobrigade of the Italian Air Force and identified as a strategic target during the Cold War.