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Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

 

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport also commonly known as Fiumicino Airport, is Italy's largest airport with 36.3 million passengers served in 2010, located in Fiumicino, 35 km from Rome's historic city centre.The airport serves as a hub for Alitalia and based on total passenger numbers it was the sixth busiest airport in Europe, and the world's 26th busiest airport in 2010.The airport is named after Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci, who first designed a proto helicopter and a flying machine with wings.

 

Name Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
IATA code FCO
ICAO code LIRF
Address Via Airport Fiumicino 320, PO Box 68, 00050, Fiumicino, Italy
Location Fiumicino, 35 km from Rome's historic city centre
Website http://www.adr.it/static/en/portal/portal/adr/Fiumicino/
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Time zone GMT +1 hours (+2 in summer)
Terminals
  • 3 terminals
  • Saudi Airlines uses terminal 3
Runways 4
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Lounge

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport lounges offer exclusive settings to wait for flight, a leisure area where passenger can relax, read and taste Italian food, plus an office area with workstations equipped with printers, fax, scanners, copy machines and free Wi-Fi. They are as following:

  • Bramante: Terminal 1, departure area
  • Bernini: Boarding area B
  • Giotto: Boarding area G
  • Borromini: Boarding area D
  • Canova: Terminal 3, departure area
  • Le Navi: Boarding area H

 
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