Rome has two airports: Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) and Ciampino. Fiumicino, the largest of the two, is 32 kilometers from the center of Rome. It is a major international airport serving the world’s leading airlines. The Ciampino airport, 18 kilometers from the center, is mainly used for charter flights, cargo traffic, and a number of companies serving Europe. Both airports are managed by Aeroporti di Roma. Connections to the city are guaranteed for both airports by rail and bus lines.
Ciampino Airport was Rome's first airport: on 6 July 1947 Alitalia's first international flight took off from here. Today, the completely renovated structure offers top international-quality facilities and services, meeting the needs of airlines, charter companies, tour operators, business and tourist travelers, and cargo traffic.
Rome Fiumicino connections with the city
Trains: Tiburtina station/Airport
Trains (arriving from Fara Sabina) depart from the Tiburtina station approximately every 20 minutes, from 5:06 a.m. to 10:35 p.m. and stop at the stations of Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere. In the opposite direction, trains leave the airport every 20 minutes for Tiburtina station, from 6:28 a.m. to 11:28 p.m. The trip from Tiburtina to the airport takes about 45 minutes.
Trains: Termini station/Aeroporto
Trains leave Termini station roughly every half hour, from 6:51 a.m. to 9:51 p.m. They do not stop between Termini and the airport. Trains from the airport to Termini station leave roughly every half hour, from 7:37 a.m. to 10:37 p.m. The trip takes about 30 minutes. (Train schedules may change on Sundays and holidays.)