Terminal of Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

Terminal 1 of Rome Airport (FCO) was opened in 2000, and it led to a reorganization of the terminal buildings, including Terminal A (with Pier A), Terminal AA, Terminal B (with Pier B) and Terminal C (with Satellite C). The new Cargo City terminal was opened in 2004, and in 2005, Terminal 5 was opened for check-in for American carriers and El Al, the flag carrier of Israel. Later, the terminals were renamed and A became T1, AA - T2, B, and C - T3 and T5 stayed the same.

Terminals Map

Terminal 1 serves the domestic flights and Schengen flights. Its Check-in area with desks 101-172 and it has access to gates B, C, D, G, and H, in addition, the domestic flights' arrivals area is shared with Terminal 2. It has also a lounge for people with disabilities by Alitalia at the departures area. The information desks are located in the departure/check-in area. The desk at the Departures area is open from 07:15h to 23:30h, and at the arrivals area – open from 07:15h to 15:00h, it is located close to the post office.

Terminal 1 Map

Terminal 2 operates with flight within Italy, Schengen and non-Schengen flights. It is a small terminal and is connected to terminal 1 through the arrivals area. Terminal 2 has C and D Boarding areas. Its check-in desks are 173-190, and they lead to floor 0 and to gates C1-C7, also by using the elevator or stairs, they lead to gates C1-16, and D1-D10. Non-Schengen flights are boarded from gate G/H. As well, on the floor 2, there is access to the train station by following the sings. At the Terminal 2, Air France has its own lounge on floor 3. The Information points are located at the arrivals area, at the exit after luggage delivery and it’s open from 07:15h to 15:00h. All passengers are offered to use nursery services and it’s located at the departures area. However, it is closed on 15 December 2017 for Terminal 1 extension.

Regarding the extension of terminals, new boarding areas will be created in order to maximize flexibility, moreover, the construction of Terminal 4 is decided, the extension of Terminal 1 and upgrading the Terminal 3. The new baggage handling and screening systems will be developed.

Terminal 3 Map

Terminal 3 is the largest Terminal within the airport. It operates with domestic flights, Schengen, Non-Schengen, and Intercontinental Flights. This Terminal is the last one which has been renovated and now it’s modern and new. It operates with 76 airlines. Its Arrivals area have 5 exits, where you can find a wide range of places of food, drinks, shops, ATM machines, and Information desks, also it has escalators to the baggage claim area with lost & found counters. As for the departure area, it has 5 entrances to the registration desk and is located between two registration areas, an assistance lounge, a tourist information counter, an ATM. In 2006, New International Boarding Area E was opened and for the aim of supporting extra-Schengen flights and this added 6 more million passengers to the airport. It has a free airport shuttle service for the whole year, and it works every 15 minutes. Also, it has an exclusive and luxury shopping gallery – “Made in Italy”, which has national products.

Terminal 5 operates with direct flights to the United States and Israel, with American and Israelian airlines. It has only one floor with 3 entrances, special assistance lounge, an information desk, check-in desks 501-520, 521-535, 536-550, VAT refund, and police station. The Terminal has free airport shuttle service during the whole year, and it works every 15 minutes. But it is closed due to renovation.