Press releases

 

 
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21 July 2021
Fiumicino July 21, 2021 – Aeroporti di Roma (ADR) and Aena have just signed the first Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focused on innovation between two international airport operators.

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15 July 2021
FIUMICINO: BIOMETRIC RECOGNITION GETS UNDERWAY FOR PASSENGERS DEPARTING WITH DELTA AIR LINES

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1 July 2021
Aeroporti di Roma launches a new message of positivity through art and culture, key drivers of our country. It does so on the day that symbolises the relaunch, with the entry into force of the European Green Pass and when all of Italy is in the white zone.

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25 June 2021
The airports of Rome, Venice, Treviso, Verona and Brescia, accounting for approximately 40% of the traffic in Italy, are members

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25 June 2021
Today, Aeroporti di Roma presented the new proposal for the Airport Development Plan to Users of Fiumicino and Ciampino airports. Until the end of the concession in 2046, the Plan provides for an additional €8.2 billion in investments, in addition to the approximately €1.8 billion already invested from 2012 to date, for a total of approximately €10 billion.

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18 June 2021
On the coordination of new services, technologies and infrastructures for the future of sustainable mobility

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18 June 2021
ADR teams up with the global innovation platform to pursue a unique open innovation strategy

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26 May 2021
By the summer, 12 intercontinental flights are expected to be operated with this experimental procedure from the United States, Canada, Japan and the United Arab Emirates

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22 April 2021
First airport in the world to launch a Sustainability-Linked bond, which directly links the cost of debt to the sustainability results actually achieved. Troncone: “Environmental sustainability is no longer just an option but a necessity, and the decarbonisation of the sector is a goal that we take seriously. This is why we want to be pioneers in adopting solutions that preserve the connectivity of the future”.

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7 April 2021
Troncone: “We’re aiming for zero C02 emissions by 2030, long in advance of the European references for the sector, with a plan mainly aimed at renewable sources and electric mobility”