Press releases

 

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23 September 2020
ANTI-COVID test obligation also extended to passengers arriving from Paris and certain regions in France

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2 September 2020
CORONAVIRUS: FROM 1 SEPTEMBER, THE LARGEST COVID-19 TEST DRIVE-IN CENTRE IN THE LAZIO REGION IS OPEN AT THE LONG STAY CAR PARK AT FIUMICINO AIRPORT

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17 August 2020
Fiumicino, 14 August 2020 – With reference to the order of the Health Minister, Roberto Speranza, dated 12 August 2020, Aeroporti di Roma reminds passengers that, for the time being, those arriving from Croatia, Greece, Malta and Spain who do not have a certificate for an eligible test performed within 72 hours prior entering Italy, with a negative result, will be able to undergo the test at the reference local health authority within 48 hours of entering Italy: in this regard, please refer to the general instructions of the Lazio Region COVID-19 Crisis Unit, providing a list of operational drive-in centres.

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1 July 2020
The Secretary-General of the UN World Tourism Organization Commends the Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport as a Global Leader in Sustainability and Commitment to Responsible Travel”

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1 July 2020
Coronavirus: from 1 July, ADR is reopening boarding area E at Fiumicino airport

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29 June 2020
The Rome airports are at the forefront in the procedures to contain the spread of the virus and many other pathogens

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12 June 2020
Rome, 12 June 2020 - Aeroporti di Roma informs that from next June 16 scheduled flights will resume from the G.B Pastine airport in Ciampino, interrupted last March 14 due to the multiple cancellations of connections to and from Italy, due to the Covid-19 emergency.

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22 May 2020
Fiumicino, 22 May 2020 - Aeroporti di Roma informs you that, as of 26 May 2020, the access procedure to the Fiumicino airport terminal will change.

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6 April 2020
Aeroporti di Roma informs that is has prepared a further plan to reduce operations in Fiumicino passenger terminals. From Tuesday 07 April, boarding for all departing flights will only take place from Pier B. Check-in, security and baggage checks will continue to be carried out in Terminal 3 only.

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25 March 2020
Aeroporti di Roma would like to inform that it has prepared an additional scaling plan for the operations of Fiumicino passenger terminals

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10 March 2020
The Board of Directors approved the consolidated financial statements for 2019 for the Aeroporti di Roma Group, which closed the year with a net income of €245.2 million.

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23 January 2020
Focus of the discussion: the great opportunities and future developments of the outgoing Italy-China tourism, the excellent results achieved in 2019 by Fiumicino Airport with over 900 thousand passengers to and from China and the focus on the incoming tourism with the development of the ADR mini-program within the Alipay App.

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18 December 2019
From today, the artists who made it to the final round of the art contest organised by ADR will complete their works at Terminal 3’s Terrazza Roma

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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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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
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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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.

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6 March 2019
Leonardo da Vinci is the leading airport in Europe in terms of quality of services, according to the evaluations of the passengers, for the second consecutive year The Rome Airport is permanently on the list of best airports in the world. Fiumicino is second in Europe and one of the top 10 in the world in terms of punctuality of flights, according to the February surveys by Flightstats. The excellent performance of 2018 confirmed. Castellucci: “Fiumicino is the best example of the ability of the Atlantia Group to revive and enhance strategic infrastructure assets for the competitiveness of the Country”.

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19 February 2019
ADR has filed a complaint with the Public Prosecutor’s Office against persons unknown for arson and any other identifiable specific crimes, following the fire that took place this morning at Ciampino Airport. It has been discovered that the premises the fire originated from was managed by the external company Ecofast. The airport’s electrical system is intact, meaning that it cannot have been the cause of the fire, which was put out in under a minute thanks to perfectly functioning alarm systems that allowed fire-fighters to take immediate action. The airport operator is therefore the injured party in the event.