Rome Fiumicino Airport — (Aeroporto Leonardo da Vinci di Fiumicino) Leonardo da Vinci Airport is generally called Fiumicino Airport and is the most important airport in Rome. The Fiumicino Intl. airport has four terminals. A shuttle bus goes every 20 minutes between the terminals, which also goes to the long term parking area.
Major airlines serving Rome Fiumicino International Airport are Alitalia, easyJet, Flyglobespan, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air Transat, Air One, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Ethiopian Airlines, Eurofly, Jet2.com, Singapore Airlines and North American airlines like Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Northwest, United and US Airways.
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Location — FCO Int. airport is located 26km (16 miles) southwest of Rome in Italy.
Time zone — GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October)
Driving Directions : The GRA ring road, which skirts Rome, leads to the A12 highway direct to Fiumicino; from here, passengers should follow signposts to the airport.
Address — Via dell’Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320, PO Box 68, 00050, Fiumicino, Italy
Airport Code — FCO
Country Code — 39
Car Hire — Auto Europa, Avis, Europcar, Hertz, Italy by Car, Maggiore, Sixt and Targa Rent all have desks in the Domestic and International Arrivals halls.
Public Transport — #Rail : There is a Leonardo Express train service running every half hour to Rome’s Termini Train Station (journey time – 35 minutes). Metropolitan Trains FM1 stop at local stations on the way to Tiburtina. Services also run to Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteto and Orte.
— #Bus : Terravision Shuttle services run to Rome Termini daily, with connections to the metro A line at Lepanto. COTRAL runs a night service to Rome Termini and Tiburtina daily.
— #Taxi: Taxis to the centre are readily available; passengers should only take a licensed metered taxi.