ROME AIRPORT General information

Rome Aiport, also called as Rome Fiumicino Airport and Leonardo da Vinci Airport (IATA: FCO, ICAO: MAC) is Italy's largest airport with 37.5 million passengers in 2012.

Rome Aiport is located in the village of Fiumicino, 35 km southwest of the historic center of the city of Rome and is connected to the city by train and road.

The train ride takes about 30 minutes to Rome Aiport and reach the central railway station of Rome, Termini.

Rome Airport is only 70 minutes from Florence, 30 minutes from Lucca, 50 minutes from Pistoia, and less then half an hour from Livorno.

Rome Aiport has three passenger stations and offers a variety of services, such as convention facilities, conference rooms, banks, cafes, restaurants and shops selling both local Italian products and international products.

Rome Aiport is named after the Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci, who first designed a helicopter and a flying machine with wings.

Rome Aiport serves as a hub of Alitalia Italian airline. In total traffic in 2012 Rome Fiumicino airport had 38 million passengers, 150 destinations worldwide can be reached from the city of Rome.

Domestic flights depart from Terminal A passenger of Rome Aiport. Rome Aiport domestic and international flights from Terminal B and transatlantic flights from Terminal C.

The airport was officially opened on January 15, 1961, with two tracks, replacing the small Rome Ciampino Airport which remains in service for domestic and charter operations.

During the following decades Alitalia Inverto lot in the new Rome Aiport, building hangars and maintenance centers, and the constreucción new runways.

In 1974 all services of Rome Aiport met under the current operator, Aeroporti di Roma, which became responsible for the development and growth.

Rome Airport: World Connection

Rome airport is well connected with major airports of the world from different continents. Most airports in America, such as Boston, Las Vegas or Chicago Airport interoperate with Rome with a large number flights during the year.

If you have planned to travel to Asia you can do it through Singapore Airport, one of the most important and bigger of its continent. There you can visit Phi Phi island, Koh Samui Island, Koh Phangan or Koh Lanta...

Rome Airport to Europe

Passengers from Rome airport can easily fly to major European cities like London, Paris, Belfast, Lisbon, Nantes, Milan, Pisa...

Rome airport also operates in minor importanat airports such as Auckland, Cork Airport, Bristol, Cardiff and Bournemouth Airport...

Spanish airports Connections

If your destination is Spain, domestic flight options are Barcelona, Madrid Airport, Girona, Reus, Malaga Airport, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Bilbao, Valencia or Tenerife, among others.

Travelling to Central Europe is also simple; Rome Airport also connects to Dusseldorf, Eindhoven Airport or Geneva (Switzerland).

From Rome Airport to South America

South America is also connected to Rome, being able to travel to Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo ...), Argentina, Chile, Peru ...


Rome: the city

Rome is subdivided into different area; more precisely it has its rioni and its quartieri.


Rome Airport

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ROME Airports

Flying to and from Rome has e da Roma never been easier before. Rome's two airports, Ciampino and Fiumicino