Rome International Airport - FCO

The airport is also known as Fiuminico Airport and is the main airport serving the capital and the country as well. It is one of the busiest airports of Europe. In 2016, it has handled about 41.7 million passengers. Based on these statistics, it is eighth busiest airport of the continent. It serves as a hub for Alitalia and Vueling airline. Majority of flights to Rome land on this

Terminal Information

There are four operational terminals: Terminal 1 for Alitalia, Air France, Etihad, KLM; Terminal 2 for EasyJet, Blue Air and Ryanair; Terminal 3 for Alitalia and Vueling; and Terminal 5 for US and Israeli carriers.

Money Exchnage

Bureaus de Change is operating at each terminal.

Communication Facilities

Wi-Fi and postal services are available for passengers.

Shopping

You can shop from duty-free outlets, perfume retailers, jewelers and fashion boutiques.

Bank/Cash Machines

Several banks and Cash Machines function on all terminals.

Airport Facilities

Airport Location

The airport is located 20 miles southwest of Rome and in the Lazio region of Italy.

Information Desk

Information desks and touch-screen kiosks are present at all terminals.

Hotels at Airport

There is one onsite hotel at the Rome International Airport

Car Rental

Sixt, Hertz, Auto Europa, Europcar, Avis and Budget car rental services are present at the airport.

Car Parking

Long-term and short-term car parking facility is available.

Public Transport

You can use bus, taxi and train to access the airport.