The two airports linking Rome and Milan are now both linked to one another and have now both been transferred to the Italian state, a move that has led to a flurry of speculation on the linkages between them.
Both airports are in the north of Italy, just north of the Mediterranean Sea.
They were originally linked together in 2004 when the Milan Airport was transferred to Italy and the Tardsi airport in Rome.
In the summer of 2016, a new airport was approved for use at the Tarsini-Tardis airport in the region of Genoa, just south of Rome.
The two airports are now linked in the same way that the Taksim square in Istanbul is linked to Ankara, Ankara Airport is linked in Istanbul to the Turkish capital and the Suez Canal is linked between Cairo and Alexandria.
The Tardsia and Tarsina airports in Rome are also linked by the same road as the Cairo-Alexandria Canal.
According to Italy’s official news agency ANSA, the Milan airport will soon become the only one to be used by both the Italian and Turkish governments.
Tardsi, the Italian version of Milan Airport, will soon be the only Italian airport linked to both the Turkish and Italian governments.
It is the only airport of its kind in Europe that has not been linked to either country.