Rome Ciampino (CIA) Airport

Rome Ciampino CIA Airport Overview

Rome Ciampino Airport CIA is Rome's answer to low-cost airlines, which mainly serve this airport. It is one of Italy’s fastest-growing airports  and is managed by the ADR Group (which also manages Fiumicino).

CIA Airport is located 12 km southeast of central Rome, outside Rome's Greater Ring Road GRA (‘Grande Raccordo Anulare’) and close to Frattocchie, Marino, & Santa Maria delle Mole. It is directly accessible via the SS7 (Via Appia Nuova), which connects shortly thereafter to the north with both A90 and E80 motorways.

With one runway and an estimated yearly  passenger count of 4.5 million,  Ciampino Airport is mainly served by low-cost Airlines Ryanair, Wizz & EasyJet, and charter airlines, offering direct flights throughout Europe with connections to all points of the globe.

NOTE:  Just like at Rome's Fiumicino / da Vinci Airport, as of March 2014 the new use of A-CDM (Airport Collaborative Decision Making) procedures have been in place at Ciampino Airport - the common platform now allows for more on-time arrivals/ departures and is more efficient, and will reduce emissions & fuel consumption.

Ciampino Airport has one passenger terminal.

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