Ancient Rome

Rome Fiumicino Airport

Before you fly guide
FCO (IATA) Italy

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, many things around the world have changed in the travel industry. Follow the official instructions issued by the Government before you decide to travel. These restrictions may change overnight, so stay updated right until the date of your departure. UK foreign travel advice for Italy

To protect the health of passengers, the use of overhead bins for the storage of hand baggage will no longer be allowed on all flights operated in Italy. Passengers will only be permitted to bring on board small baggage, that can be placed under their seat such as, for example, handbags, backpacks, laptop cases not exceeding 36x45x20 cm. We invite passengers to deliver their baggage to the airport at the Check-in / Drop-off counter, to be placed in the hold, free of charge.

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, many things around the world have changed in the travel industry. Follow the official instructions issued by the Government before you decide to travel. These restrictions may change overnight, so stay updated right until the date of your departure. UK foreign travel advice for Italy

To protect the health of passengers, the use of overhead bins for the storage of hand baggage will no longer be allowed on all flights operated in Italy. Passengers will only be permitted to bring on board small baggage, that can be placed under their seat such as, for example, handbags, backpacks, laptop cases not exceeding 36x45x20 cm. We invite passengers to deliver their baggage to the airport at the Check-in / Drop-off counter, to be placed in the hold, free of charge.

The largest and one of the busiest airports in Europe. The Fiumicino airport, located 31km from Rome is home base for Italy owned Alitalia airlines.

The airport is a hub for flight connections to Asia, Africa and both North and South America. There are 3 terminals ( called T1 and T3 and T5) in Fiumicino airport. Both T1 and T3 are in the same building and connected to each other, T5 is separated from these 2 and is mostly used for USA departures. Check-ins are however being made from T3 and passangers are using a free, 3 minutes shuttle train to T5 afterwards.

The airport is open 24/7.

Rome Fiumicino Airport Transit

As T1 and T3 are connected to each other, transit is possible by foot within the transit zone. Allow atleast 45 minutes between your connection flights.T5 is in a seperate building and a short 3 minutes train shuttle is required. Allow atleast 1 hour to transit.

Rome Fiumicino Airport Transfer

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