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  • Fiumicino Airport Guide

    11/02/2016
  • Fiumicino Airport In Rome

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    Fiumicino Airport or Leonardo da Vinci Airport is the main airport in Rome; is located in the south-west part of Rome at roughly 28km from Rome city centre (see the map above). in Fiumicino airport or FCO you will find all the major flights companies, and some days could be very crowdy.

    Fiumicino is also one of the busiest airport in all Europe for passengers traffic.

    Here follows the GPS coordinates

    Latitude 41.8044444
    Longitude 12.2508333
     

    Shopping

    Fiumicino airport is also filled with shopping destinations. Passengers can shop for high end fashionable outfits, jewelleries, perfumes and accessories. It also has the gift shops with some other shopping outlets which are free of duty.

    Passengers can also shop for some real Italian products being inside the terminal. Most of the shops can be seen in the first and the third terminal. There are some restaurants which offer drinks and food to the passengers. The restaurants can be found in majority in the first, second and the third terminal with a café in the fifth terminal.

    Hotels & Facilities

    Passengers can also find some of the best hotels in the airport as in the city. They are just few minutes in distance within Fiumicino airport. Hilton hotel services can be found in the airport itself. They offer some of the best services like dining facilities for the passengers. Meetings can also be arranged within the hotel premises.

    Many other services like the gymnasium, pool and playground for children is available. Shuttle bus service is also available for passengers to travel anywhere for free. They can be contacted on 06-65258.

    Business facilities are also available for passengers in the airport itself. Meeting rooms, conference halls, internet center and fax machines are available at the Atahotel center (tel: 06 6501 0100). Many other lounges are available in the airport which serves the executive service to the passengers.

    The Hilton Rome (tel: 06 65258) also provides the meeting rooms and conference halls to the passengers.

    The airport also has some lounges and rooms for the disables and physically challenged people. They are available in all the terminals. The passengers are asked to mention if they are physically challenged while they are booking. This can help to get them assistance later when they are at Fiumicino airport.

    Fiumicino Airport Lost And Found

    Fiumicino airport has the luggage services for the passengers. These services can be found in the third terminal. The passengers can contact for any lost items in the same terminal at the office in the airport. (tel: 06 6595 5253)

    Parking Service

    Special parking service is also made available for them in the multi storey car parking building on the first level at the first level in B, C and in the fourth level in D wing.

    Other Services

    There are other services at Fiumicino airport include the first aid service (tel: 06 6595 3133/3134) which is available all the days for 24 hours. Banks and the ATM machines are available in all the terminals. The airport also has nurseries, rooms for offering prayers and also a chapel room.

  • Fiumicino Airport Terminals and Flight Company

    Sometimes it can be useful to know how to get to a Terminal, from another. If you need it, it is only around five minutes’ walk between Terminals 1, 2 and 3. It is a very easy walk.

    There are four Terminals at  Roma Fiumicino Airport – “Leonardo da Vinci”:

    Terminal 1
    Domestic and international flights. Schengen Area and Alitalia Medium-Haul Flights. Domestic and Schengen Area flights operated by Air France, KLM, Aer Lingus, Hop!, Air Europa, Luxair, Air Corsica, Darwin Airline and Air Serbia.

    Terminal 2
    Domestic flights, Schengen and non-Schengen by Easyjet, Wizzair, Blue Air, Sun Express Air Moldova, and Meridiana, except for flights to Olbia operating from T3.

    Terminal 3
    Domestic flights, Schengen and Non-Schengen.

    Terminal 5
    Flights to the United States and Israel operated by American and Israeli airline companies.
    Temporarily also the following airlines: Air China, Air Canada,   China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Air Transat, Korean  Air  and Srilankan Airlines.

  • How to get from Fiumicino airport to Rome

    There are many ways to reach Rome from Fiumicino airport; here you will find all the public and private transportation to get from Fiumicino airport to Rome.

    • By Train; inside the airport of Fiumicino there is a train station achievable through a little walk (10 minutes ). there are many screen to follow that indicate the correct way. The train is named " leonardo Express " and actually the cost for the ticket is euro 14 per person. The train leaves every 30 minutes and the final stop is Termini Railway Station ( see the map above ). To know all the departures timetable you can visit this following link; www.trenitalia.com. You can switch your language in the top right position of the website and then you just have to inser your departure station ( Fiumicino airport ) and destination ( Rome Termini ), choose the date and departure hour and click on the botton Search to have the timetable of Leonardo express.
    • By Taxi; just outside each terminal of Fiumicino Airport, you will find many taxi, ready to go. the fix rate from Fiumicino Airport to Rome is euro 48; no taximeter but flat rate. Be carefull because inside and outside the airport you can find many people that will ask you if you wish to have a transfer service from the airport to Rome, Don't trust theme because are irregular taxi driver. Take care to always use an official taxi, licenced by the City of Rome. They are white, with a "TAXI" sign on the roof and the Rome crest (with "SPQR") on the doors. They have a meter, which should always be used unless you are travelling between central Rome (Aurelian walls), main train stations and one of the two airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino). Look to be certain it is being used.
    • By Bus: there is a Bus company named TAM that leaves from Fiumicino Airport every 30-45 minutes. you will find the Tam buses just outside the Terminal 3, but you can buy the ticket before online here www.tambus.it; click on the link to discover the bus timetable as well
    • By Us: naturally you can save time and stress with our transfer company; only euro 45 ( less and more comfortable of a public taxi) choosing us to get from Fiumicino airport to Rome. We can assure a comfortaable and clean Mercedes car, personal driver that will wait for you inside the airport with your name written on a pad, no stress after a long flight because we will help you with your heave bags and the safety to know before how much the transfer would be cost; you can have more information here Fiumicino airport to Rome transfer
  • Fiumicino Airport Useful Phone Numbers

    Remember that if are calling from outside Italy or a mobile phone with no italian sim card you have do add 0039 before the number 

    Lost and Found: 065955253
    Airport Operator (ADR) 06.6595.1 (24h)
    Flight Information ADR 06.6595.1 (24h)
    ENAC - Airport Superintendent 06 65953139 (8:00-17:00)
    Carabinieri 06 65954040 (24 h)
    Customs (External Relations) 06 65954342 (8:00-14:00)
    Guardia di Finanza 06 65954848 (24 h)
    Police 06 65953595 (24 h)
    City Police 06 65954030 (7:00-14:00)
    Towed Vehicles Park 06 65955175 (24 h)
    ADR First Aid 06 65953133/4 (24 h)
    Pharmacies:
    Terminal 1 - 06 65010974 (7:00-22:00)
    Terminal 3 - 06 65010840 (7:00-22:00)
    PIF Veterinary Office opens from 08.00 to 20.00
    Railway information (Trenitalia call center) 06 6595 6339 - 06 6595 3992 892.021 (24 h)
    Car Valet (Terminal 1) 06 65957880 (6:00-24:00)
    Porter Service (booking) 06 65958349-7510

  • Fiumicino City

    Fiumicino was originally a fishing village and is still an important fishing centre; it is located on the west coast of Italy, in the province of Rome. The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is close by and is usually referred to as Fiumicino airport (its international code being FCO). The town is home to approximately 7000 inhabitants.

    This region enjoys a Mediterranean climate similar to that of Rome, with occasional sea breezes that keep it cooler during the summer. Spring and autumn are the best time to visit, as the weather is most pleasant at this time. At the peak of summer, the temperature regularly goes over 35°C. Winters are mild.

    Lately, the town has also become a popular retreat for Romans; it is also a popular place for visitors to stay while visiting Rome. If you are flying out from Fiumicino airport, it could be a pleasant place to stay for your last night, avoiding the hassle of Rome's traffic on the way to catch your flight.