12 March 2020
Aeroporti di Roma reports having prepared a plan to downsize operations at the Fiumicino and Ciampino passenger terminal.

updated 16 March 2020

Fiumicino, 12 March 2020 - Aeroporti di Roma reports having prepared a plan to downsize operations at the Fiumicino and Ciampino passenger terminal. The decision has become necessary due to the multiple flight cancellations to and from Italy announced by many airlines that normally operate at both Rome airports.

From Tuesday 17 March, “Leonardo da Vinci” airport's Terminal 1 will be temporarily closed. All check-in procedures, security checks and baggage reclaim procedures will be carried out at Terminal 3, which remains operational.  

In addition, from Saturday 14 MarchCiampino airport's passenger terminal for scheduled flights has been closed. General Aviation operations have also been moved to Rome Fiumicino airport, while activities related to State Bodies and cargo aviation have not been subjected to variations.  

The passenger terminals at Fiumicino and Ciampino airports will resume normal operations as soon as the current state of emergency is over.


Aeroporti di Roma, an Atlantia Group Company, manages and develops the Fiumicino and Ciampino airports in Rome and carries out other activities related and complementary to airport management. Fiumicino operates through two passenger terminals. It is dedicated to business and leisure clients on national, international and intercontinental routes. Ciampino is primarily used by low-cost airlines, by express couriers, and for General Aviation operations. In 2019, the ADR airport system registered 49.4 million passengers, with over 240 destinations across the world that can be accessed from Rome thanks to around 100 airlines operating in the two airports. In 2019, the Airports Council International Europe awarded Leonardo da Vinci with the “Best Airport 2019”. For the second year in a row, Fiumicino has been confirmed as the top-ranked of 20 European airports with over 25 million passengers for its quality of service, technological innovation, and the efficiency of its infrastructure. This adds to the “Airport Service Quality” award granted to the Leonardo da Vinci airport in 2019, for the third year in a row, by the Airports Council International World as the most appreciated airport in Europe amongst hubs with more than 40 million passengers. ADR’s management skills have also been confirmed during 2019 by the awards received from Skytrax, the main international society for the rating and evaluation of the airport sector, which verified that Fiumicino achieved 4 Skytrax stars in 2017.


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