Rome Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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Hi guys,

Is 45 mins enough time to go from my flight arriving from Malaga to my connection flight that goes to Athens? Unfortunatelly through the booking engine I cannot see terminals.

Thanks,
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Hi guys!
I need some advise, I am travelling to Europe via Thai Airways and I will be arriving in FCO Terminal 3 and have a connecting flight to Geneva in Terminal 1 with Alitalia.
I would like to know if I have to retrieve my luggage and check in again before my flight to Geneva?

Appreciate the help :)
Hi, my sister and I are meeting in Rome, she's arriving on an American Airlines flight from North Carolina and I'm arriving on an Alitalia flight from JFK. Will we both be arriving at the same terminal? From what I've read, US arrivals seem to be at Terminal 3 - is that correct? Do you think we'll be able to easily find each other? Thank you so very much for your help.
I’m arriving from Casablanca CMN airport to Rome FCO with Alitalia, I have then 65 minutes stopover and then flight from FCO to Venice VCE, also with Alitalia (on one booking).
1. I have never been travelling on connected flights and don’t know if this is enough time to get from one part to the other?
2. Do I need to retrieve luggage and go through the security and all stuff again at FCO, or just going to another gates?
3. Is there anything else I should be concerned about?

Thanks
we are traveling from lhr to Sicily through fro. Landing terminal 3, departing to Sicily through terminal 1. How long to go with carryon through customs, to terminal 1, through security and to gate? We have approx. 2.5 hours. Is that enough or should I get a later ticket to Sicily for backup?
Please comment on time to walk from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3
Are the terminals within walking distance? I will be arriving on Alitalia in Terminal 1 at 6:50 on Sept. 30 and my daughter will be arriving on American Airlines at 7:15 the same day? Where do we go through customs and do any of the distances require transportation to reach them? Does each terminal have a baggage area and customs check?
What is the distance between T3 and T1? Is there a train to take you to T1 and if not does the airport offer handicap assistance?
I am arriving on a BA flight and meeting up with friends on a Delta flight, are they difference terminals and how do we connect and what time should I allow. Thank you
I will arrive at FCO on Monday morning at 7:40 from Palermo with Ryanair and would like to take a Vueling flight to Vienna at 9:05. Tickets are separate, but everything should be on T3 and without luggage. Should be possible, right?