Rome International Airport (IATA code FCO) is officially known as Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport and is being the largest airport of Italy, serving more than 35 million passengers each year. The airport is a hub for Alitalia and is placed in Fiumicino, approximately 35 km away from the center of the capital Rome. It is named after the genius Leonardo da Vinci who was the first to design a flying machine with wings. The airport has four runways and five terminals connected by a free shuttle bus service. According to the plans for the airport, four new terminals and two new runways are about to be added to the airport by year 2044, when the traffic of the passengers will be a hundred million per year. Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is reached with numerous public buses, taxis and a 6-lane motorway from Rome, as well as the Leonardo Express that goes to the Termini Station. The onsite facilities at the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport include a business center, facilities and lounges for disabled passengers, one hotel, and car park on many levels. Further are available bank offices, ATM machines, offices of rent-a-car companies, restaurants, bars and shops, including a duty-free zone.  

Latitude 41
Longitude 12
Full name Rome
Alternative names Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
Address Via dell'Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320, PO Box 68, Fiumicino, Italy
Phone (06) 65951
Owner Aeroporti di Roma SpA