6 April 2016
The programme of interviews with personalities from the world of show business and culture dedicated to the passengers of Italy’s busiest airport begins. In April: Marcorè, Reggiani, Vespa

Fiumicino, the 6th of April 2016 – Starting tomorrow at Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport, “A Meeting on the Go, a new Aeroporti di Roma initiative organized to increase the number of cultural and entertainment activities made available to passengers before embarking. The idea is to bring travellers into close contact with personalities and celebrities from the world of entertainment, music, culture and sport, based on the format of the interviews of the columnist Enrico Cisnetto.

Neri Marcorè, artist and versatile Italian actor, will open the programme, with the interview scheduled for tomorrow, the 7th of April at 6 pm, addressing the topic of travel. A week later, on Thursday the 14th of April, Leonardo da Vinci Airport will host Francesca Reggiani. The well-known Italian comedian will take the opportunity to present the airport public with “Everything that women (don’t) say”, her latest show, dedicated to women. Bruno Vespa will close the series of three “A Meeting on the Go” appointments for the month of April. He will discuss various highly topical political and economic issues with Enrico Cisnetto. 

The meetings will last about half an hour and will be streamed from Aeroporti di Roma’s Twitter account using Periscope, in order to actively involve the airport’s virtual community too. The interviews will be introduced by the notes of Domenico Modugno’s “Nel blu dipinto di blu” and interspersed with live performances by young pianists from the Academy of Santa Cecilia of music chosen by the guests.

Aeroporti di Roma will release the programme of the interviews each month.

Aeroporti di Roma, part of the Atlantia Group, manages and develops Roma Fiumicino and Ciampino airports, also carrying out other related and complementary activities. Fiumicino has four passenger terminals. The initiative is dedicated to business and pleasure domestic, international and intercontinental travellers; Ciampino is mainly used by low-cost airlines, express couriers and for general aviation activities. In 2015 ADR welcomed more than 46 million passengers with more than 240 destinations worldwide, reachable from Rome thanks to about 100 airlines operating at the two airports.

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