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Rome Fiumicino/Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO)

The Rome Fiumicino or Leonardo da Vinci airport is the busiest airport in Italy and 6th busiest in Europe. It is located 16 miles northwest of Rome and is connected with the city of Rome by train and car. The journey time with the train is 30 minutes and reaches the central train station of Rome, Termini. The airport has 3 terminals that offer business facilities, meeting rooms, banks, cafes, restaurants, any kind of shops with italian products, clothing and anything else you may need. Terminal A is used for the domestiv flights, Terminal B is used for domestic and international flights and Terminal C for transatlantic flights.

The vast majority of popular airlines uses the Rome Fiumicino International airport such as Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air China, Air France, Air Gabon, Air Malta, Air One, Alitalia, American Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Blue Air, British Airways, Carpatair, Continental Airlines, Czech Airlines, Cyprus Airways, Delta Airlines, Egyptair, El Al, Emirates, Finnair, Germanwings, Iberia, Jat Airways, Klm, Lot - Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Malev, Northwest Airlines, Olympic Air, Ryanair, SAS, Singapore Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Spanair, Swiss, Tap Air Portugal, Tarom, Thai International, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, Us Airways, Vueling, Wizzair.

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Rome Fiumicino Airport - Transport/Terminals

  • Transportation to and from Fiumicino Airport in Rome

    • By train

      The Leonardo Express train runs between the airport and the city center of Rome every 30 minutes. The metropolitan train FM1 connects the Rome Fiumicino airport with Roma Tiburtina, Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteti and Orte.

    • By bus

      The bus line Terravision Shuttle bus runs between the Rome Fiumicino airport and te main train station of Rome Termini.

    • By taxi

      There is a taxi station right outside the airport. The characteristic white taxis will lead you anywhere you like.
  • Airline lounges

    British Airways has a lounge at Terminal C on the 2nd floor. Alitalia has lounges in all terminals, Air France in Terminal B on the 3rd floor, Italitour in Terminal C and Cisalpina in Terminal A on the 1st floor. Sala Amica is a special lounge for physically challenged persons and it is located in Terminal A in the Departures hall. It is operated by Alitalia.

Rome FCO Airport - Services

  • Parking
    Rome Fiumicino International airport offers short-term and long-term parking. The car park in Terminal B has 128 parking spaces and the car park in Terminal !, 32 parking spaces. The long-term parking offers more than 4000 parking spaces and is connected with the airport by bus. The airport also offers a multi-storey car park with 3701 parking spaces that is connected with walkways to the airport. Physically challenged persons can park outside the terminals A, B, C up to 2 hours. In case they wish to stay more, then floor 1 in car parks B,C,D and floor 4 in car park D have special parking spaces.
  • Business facilities
    The Rome Fiumicino International airport has the Atathotel Executive Center that offers internet access, fax and photocopy machines and a post office.
  • ATM
    At the airport besides the banks, there are also ATMs and currency exchange offices.
  • Tourism information offices
    The tourism information office will not only inform you regarding Rome, but also about Italy. Maps, mini-guides and much more are offered to travellers to Italy and the staff is willing to help you out with anything you may need.
  • First-Aid station
    A First-Aid station as well as a doctor are at your disposal in case of emergencies.
  • Shopping
    Duty-free shops are situated at Terminal C of the airport. Other shops you will find are Roma Travel Shop, Fabriano, Venchi, Imaginarium, Tendenze, Tutto-All-Items and Riva. In Terminal A ther is also a vast variety of restaurants and cafes such as Mc Donalds, Pizza Chef, Harry's Bar, Gran Chef Ristorante, Sport Village Cafe, BAr Tazza d'Oro etc.
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