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3 November 2019
Due to adverse weather conditions, flights arriving and departing from Fiumicino airport may be subjected to delays in the coming hours.

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4 October 2019
In boarding area E, travellers benefit from tasting typical Argentine recipes with the excellence of Italian products

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4 October 2019
In boarding area E, travellers benefit from tasting typical Argentine recipes with the excellence of Italian products

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3 October 2019
From 9 to 11 October, Aeroporti di Roma shall attend the Rimini TTG Travel Experience exhibition. Featuring: 230 accessible destinations across the globe, new links with China and the signing of the agreement with C-trip. Plus Easyparking offers, the Romeairports platform, and a surprise for visitors to the stand.

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2 September 2019
Aeroporti di Roma informs that due to bad weather conditions, flights may be delayed or cancelled

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26 July 2019
As a result of a national 4 hour strike scheduled on Friday 26 July 2019 from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm, some flights may experience delays or cancellations

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17 July 2019
The Musical Director of the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Antonio Pappano, and Luigi Piovano, the Orchestra’s first cello, performed an exceptional concert in one of the airport’s most symbolic locations

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17 July 2019
The Musical Director of the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Antonio Pappano, and Luigi Piovano, the Orchestra’s first cello, performed an exceptional concert in one of the airport’s most symbolic locations. Many passengers were drawn in and enchanted by the performance at the piano set up just a few metres from the check-in desks.

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28 June 2019
For the second year running Fiumicino has claimed first place in Airport Council International’s official league table – the ACI independently conducts satisfaction surveys across the main airports worldwide.

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28 June 2019
Giovanni Castelluci (Atlantia’s Managing Director) said: “We’re very proud to have won the award again – it’s come as result of the hard work of our staff, ENAC and ENAV partners, border police and Alitalia just to mention a few. We’re determined to continue making the airport even better helping the airlines that are based here to be more competitive when dealing with the ever increasing global challenges” For the second year running Leonardo da Vinci is top of the ACI table made up of 20 European airports - with over 25 million passengers - for service quality, technological innovation and infrastructure efficiency. The other beaten finalists included Munich, Copenaghen, Dublin, Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen, London Gatwick, Mosca Sheremetyevo and Vienna airports.