The Club

The airport’s existence owes itself to the drive and enthusiasm of a group of devotees who founded the Aosta Valley Aeronautics Association in 1956 while awaiting recognition from Aero Club d’Italia.
They were able to create such interest and draw so much attention to the issue of flying that the regional government was compelled to begin building the airport. Towards the end of 1958, even before the construction of the runway was completed, the Association, which had welcomed nearly two hundred members in the meantime, became a federated member of Aero Club d’Italia under the name Aero Club Valle d’Aosta. The first flights took off from the new airport on 10 May 1959, and training activities began at practically the same time. From the outset, the regional government entrusted management of the airport to the aero club.


Meteo Aosta Saint Christophe