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30 July 2015
Updates on the situation at Leonardo da Vinci airport

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29 July 2015
With reference to today's statement by the CEO of Alitalia, Mr. Silvano Cassano


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9 July 2015
First airport management company certified by the "Top Employers Institute" in the Italian ranking of the best companies to work for

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1 July 2015
ADR confirms that all the values detected since the beginning of air quality analysis have always remained below the thresholds indicated for workplaces. Furthermore, a downwards trend has been recorded, as is also confirmed by CNR studies.

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11 June 2015
An integrated project for training the valorisation of the area of Fiumicino

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26 May 2015
No reference to dioxin in the writ of sequestration. The presence of dioxin has always been lower to international regulatory limits.

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25 May 2015
With reference to the press articles reporting the alleged presence of dioxin in the areas involved by the fire occurred between last 6 and 7 May at Terminal 3 of Fiumicino Airport, ADR informs that no alert has been issued by ARPA or ASL Roma D, or by any other competent body, to confirm the presence of such chemical.

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18 May 2015
Yesterday more than 135,000 passengers arrived or departed from Rome airport system

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13 May 2015
The mobile laboratory operates continuously. It is therefore confirmed that there is no risk for health.

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13 May 2015
Yesterday around 116,000 passengers arrived or departed from Rome airport system. Activities reached over 90% thanks to the cooperation and the flexibility of all airport operators.

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13 May 2015
After further analysis, the company confirms that there is no risk for health. Mobile Laboratory.

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11 May 2015
All parameters are well below regulatory limits. Aeroporti di Roma disclosed the report on analysis conducted by Dr. Massimo Gismondi, Occupational Medicine Officer of Aeroporti di Roma S.p.A.

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9 May 2015
Aeroporti di Roma, in close cooperation with Enac, communicates that by 5.00 pm 553 flights have been operated thanks to the efforts deployed by the National Body for Civil Aviation itself (ENAC), Police forces, the National Body for flight Assistance, Assoclearance, and ADR, and thanks to the readiness and flexibility of all airlines and handling companies operating at Leonardo Da Vinci airport.

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9 May 2015
Yesterday 82% of flights scheduled before the fire were operated.Early this morning, one access to T3 was reopened to reach boarding areas G and H dedicated to international flights.

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8 May 2015
ADR: no interruption for molo c works

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8 May 2015
From this morning, the world-leading disaster recovery specialist Belfor is operating for the reclaiming and restoration of the areas affected by yesterday's fire. 250 flights have been operated since this morning.

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8 May 2015
After yesterday's fire, the Terminal is gradually being reopened Aeroporti di Roma teams, each staffed with 300 among technicians, cleaning and maintenance personnel worked all through the night to restore operations at the Terminal from early morning.

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7 May 2015
Aeroporti di Roma communicates that flights are gradually going back to normal schedules at Fiumicino-Leonardo da Vinci airport.

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7 May 2015
After the executive meeting held today at Enac headquarters, the panel including all the airport bodies decided to activate the first flight departures starting from 12.00 am, according to the availability of airlines.