Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
History, Facts and Overview
Rome Fiumicino Airport dates back to the mid-1950s and was opened in various stages, growing steadily according to demand.
Facilities at Rome Fiumicino Airport include Poste Italiane post offices, a left-luggage service, a 24-hour first aid area, and the Atahotel Executive Centre, which features temporary offices, Internet ports and meeting rooms.
A total of over 11,000 parking spaces are available for passengers driving to Fiumicino Airport by car, while for those with time to shop, almost 150 different stores are spread around the shopping centre.
These shops include duty-free outlets and a number of exclusive Italian boutiques.