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Irish people wishing to visit Rome can fly into Fiumicino Airport terminal with Aer Lingus from Dublin, Belfast and Cork Airport.

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Fiumicino Airport Guide

Fiumicino Airport is also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport. It’s the biggest airport in Italy.  More than 48 million people used the airport in 2018.

It’s situated 35 km’s from Rome city. It was the world’s twenty seventh busiest airport by passenger traffic in 2017, and is also the hub for Alitalia.

Airport History

The airport is named after Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci, who first designed a proto helicopter and a flying machine with wings.

There are five terminals in the airport with the final one opening in 2008 – Number 5 – which caters for almost one million passengers a year.

Rome Airport opened in 1961 as another choice to Ciampino Airport which now deals primarily with budget airlines.

The airport first opened with just 2 runways. Alitalia Airlines that operates out of Rome invested heavily in the installation of the 3rd runway to deal with the increased number of airline visitors at the airport.

Aer Lingus fly into Terminal. Terminal A is used mainly for domestic flights while Terminal C caters for worldwide flights.

In total, the airport has one hundred and twenty two air carriers.

Airport Transport Options

You will find free shuttle buses provided between terminals. A taxi from the airport to the city will set you back around 60 euro. Travelers have the choice, if they wish to save cash on cabs and utilize the train which is a thirty minute ride to Rome and disembark in downtown Rome.

Shopping at the Airport

Rome Airport provides travelers with a wealth of shopping experiences with a choice of over one hundred and forty outlets all through the airport terminal supplying a different array of items from designer clothing, perfumes, jewelry and food.