Rome District Fiumicino Airport

Posted 23.05.2014 by Leigh

Lying 35 kilometres (21 miles) southwest of Rome, Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Italian: Fiumicino – Aeroporto Internazionale Leonardo da Vinci), as it is officially known, is Italy's largest airport serving over 35 million passengers a year. It was opened in 1961 as the capital's main international airport which was the previous role of Ciampino Airport - it is still open but serves mainly low cost airlines and domestic flights. There are currently four terminals at Fiumicino Airport and it is the main hub for Italy's national airline, Alitalia. The airport is well connected to Rome via the 'Leonardo Express' train service (operated by Trenitalia) that runs every 20 minutes to the city's main train station, Termini (travel time: 35 minutes). Furthermore, there is the 'Terravision Shuttle Bus' that stops at several different places in the city centre. Tip: there are several hotels near the airport, so if you have a late or early flight, it could be a good idea to book a hotel in the area for convenience.

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