Rome airport system


Rome Airports, a company in the Mundys Group, manages Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino airports and carries out other additional activities related to airport management. Fiumicino has two passenger terminals and is dedicated to business and leisure customers on domestic, international and intercontinental routes; Ciampino is mainly used by low-cost airlines, express-couriers and General Aviation activities. 

In 2023, the Capital's Airport System recorded 44,4 million passengers, who chose Rome to reach over 230 destinations worldwide, with a growth of over +35% compared to the previous year.


The “Leonardo da Vinci” Airport HUB is 32 km southwest of Rome. It is served by an excellent network of road and rail links, which make it accessible from the city centre in just 25 minutes. The airport is used primarily by airlines operating scheduled national, international and intercontinental flights.

In 2023, Fiumicino Airport directly connected Rome with over 70 countries around the world, reaching more than 200 destinations and welcoming 40,5 million passengers, with a growth of +38% compared to 2022.

The Rome Fiumicino HUB, through the extensive network of domestic and international destinations, is capable of ensuring considerable intercontinental feeder traffic for long-haul flights.


Giovan Battista Pastine Airport is situated only 15 km southeast of Rome. It is mainly used by low cost airlines, by express-couriers and for general aviation.

In the last 10 years the low-cost market has grown and developed very quickly throughout Europe. In Italy, Ciampino has certainly been one of the airports that has best managed to capture this new type of traffic, encouraging a strong growth in tourist traffic in Rome and the Lazio region.

In 2023, Ciampino Airport welcomed 3,9 milion passengers, with a growth of +12% compared to 2022.