Rome Airport, officially referred to as the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (IATA Code: FCO) is the sixth busiest airport in Europe and the largest one in Italy. Each year, more than 37 million passengers pass through Rome Airport on to domestic and international destinations. Despite being named Rome Airport, the historic city is located 35 kilometers away!
Rome Airport was officially opened in 1961 and has four runways to accommodate heavy passenger traffic. Four terminals are featured at Rome Airport to direct passengers to low cost airlines, international flights and select airline carriers.
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