Leonardo da Vinci International Airport
The gateway to Italy, Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, lies 35 kilometers from Rome in commune Fiumicino. The code of airport is FCO.
The official ceremony of inauguration took place in 1961. National air carrier Alitalia made a great contribution into development and maintaining of the airport during decades.
Countries all over the globe are served by flights from Rome Airport. The extensive list of flag airlines such as Air France, Air Canada, Air China, Air Croatia, Air India, Air Serbia and others have their aircrafts landed on its runway daily.
Rome airport boasts four modern terminals, runways from 3.3 to 3.9km long each and stand for taxi Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. In addition, airport offers multi-floors parking areas for taxi to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport capable to accommodate more than 10000 car places. Various eateries and bars (McDonalds, Gusto, Obika, Ciao) welcome passengers to have a meal or drink. Luxury hotels (Radisson Blu, Hilton, Crown Plaza) offer accommodation within short distance reachable by airport taxi Leonardo da Vinci International Airport.
Leonardo da Vinci Airport is one of the busiest transport hubs for airport taxi Leonardo da Vinci International Airport all over the globe. Train line departs every 30 minutes to Termini station (35 minutes). Trip by city bus takes one hour and costs €5. Licensed taxi from Leonardo da Vinci International Airport drivers are ready to take passengers to Rome’s center for 25 minutes, taxi service costs €50 for cheap taxi