Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO  IATA) is in the Lazio region of Italy. It is the main airport of Rome.

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The airport is 34 km southwest of Rome. With 36 million passengers it is the busiest airport in Italy and also one of the busiest in Europe. It has four runways and is operating around the clock.

Map of the terminals

Fiumicino is one of Alitalia’s hubs, and the company flies to Rome from major cities in Europe, North and South America, the Middle East as well as Tokyo and Kansai International Airport. The airport is also served by most major European airlines and range of airlines from the Americas, North Africa and Asia. Unsurprisingly, as Rome is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations.

E-Check-in is available for faster check in; the machines are usually near the counter of the airline.

The airport has four terminals:

  Terminal 1 (Skyteam)
airBaltic, Air Europa, Air France, Air Italy, Air Malta, Air Serbia, Air Transat, Alitalia, Air Corsica, Ethiad, HOP!, KLM, Luxair, Mistral Air, NIKI
  Terminal 2 (Charter flights)
  Terminal 3 (Oneworld, Star Alliance)
All other airlines
  Terminal 5
Under maintenance, closed until further notice

The gate areas are arranged by the letters B, C, D, G and H.

From the airport’s train station you can get to various points in Rome

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