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It's over a century since the inauguration of Rome’s first airport, and, to date, the capital's airport system leads the way in Italy in terms of traffic flows. The system, operated by Aeroporti di Roma – ADR S.p.A., is made up of two airports: “Leonardo da Vinci” in Fiumicino, and “Giovan Battista Pastine” in Ciampino.

Fiumicino Airport (FCO), the main Italian hub, is served by airlines from around the world, which provide connections to all major international destinations. Its strategic location in the centre of the Mediterranean, together with the wide range of intercontinental flights available, confirms its role as a principal stopover point for connecting flights for the entire central and southern European region.

Constant attention to the quality of services offered to passengers and airlines has resulted in continuous improvement and development of the entire airport system. Investments in recent years have meant that Fiumicino is now the leading airport—among the largest European stopovers—in terms of passenger satisfaction, as confirmed by the numerous awards that have conferred on the hub.

Among these, in 2018, are the achievement of 4 stars and the "World's Most Improved Airport Award" by SkyTrax, as well as the "Best Airport Award" from ACI Europe and the “Airport Service Quality Award” approved by ACI World.