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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.

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25 June 2019
The new direct Rome-Chengdu flight was inaugurated this morning operated by the Chinese airlines, Sichuan Airlines.

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7 June 2019
Ebola virus disease (EVD). Travel advice for travellers going to or returning from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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14 May 2019
The malfunction in the Alitalia computer systems has now been resolved. However, some of the airline’s flights departing from Fiumicino are still delayed.

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2 May 2019
• The exhibition is inaugurated: "Leonardo's wings. The Genius and Flight". The inventions of the Genius of Vinci have been recreated on the first aeronautical machines in history. • The exhibition will be open to passengers from all over the world at Terminals 1 and 3 until January 2020. • The initiative, promoted by the Atlantia Group and organised by Aeroporti di Roma, is part of the national programme of the Committee for Leonardo's Celebrations.