Rome has two major airports: Rome’s main airport, Leonardo da Vinci (still frequently known by its old name, Fiumicino) for scheduled flights and Ciampino which handles mainly charter flights and business aviation.
Fiumicino – FCO (Rome’s main airport) is about 30 km south-west of the city centre. The Fiumicino Airport currently has four terminals (T1, T2, T3 and T5) reserved for domestic, international and intercontinental and four tracks: 16L/34R and 16R/34L (separated from each other in 4000 m), 16C/34C close to 16L/34R is used as a taxiway or a backup of 16L/34R and 07/25 used only in the west because of prevailing winds.
Rome Fiumicino Airport Useful numbers
- Flight information
ADR 0665951 (24 hrs), Alitalia 0665643 (24 hrs)
- Parking information (ADR) 0665956784/5 (24 hrs)
- Customs (External Relations) 0665954342 (8:00 am/2:00 pm)
- ENAC – Airport Superintendent 0665953139 (8:00 am/5:00 pm)
Is there a luggage storage at the airport?
The luggage room is located at Terminal 3, international arrivals and is open every day from 6:30 to 23:30.
Phone: +39 0665953541.
Where can I get information?
In Terminals 1 and 3 (level arrivals and departures) and Terminal 5, there are nine information desks manned by operators ADR. There are, also, 35 totem interactive multimedia (touch screen), connected to the operator.
If I need special assistance, who do I contact?
ADR Assistance care service for passengers with reduced mobility. The service connection shall be required to the airline within 48 hours from the flight. For more information: www.adrassistance.it
Where are the meeting points?
The meeting point for groups and tour operators are faced with the outputs passengers, arrivals area of Terminal 3 and Terminal 1.
Baggage handling (Lost & Found)
In case of loss of baggage, you can contact the company handling – which carries out ground handling services on behalf of the airline – the flight of origin, and indicated on the monitor next to the baggage claim belt.
Rome Fiumicino Airport Lost Found