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

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I arrive in FCO from tel-aviv ( with alitalia) terminal 3 on 7.55pm
connecting to amsterdam ( with alitalia) at 9 pm termunal 1
what is the quiqest way to move the terminales. thank you
You just follow the signs to your departure gate. You will go through Schengen Entry passport control on your way. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Our American flight arrives Terminal 3 at 8:25am. Our Veuling #8103 is a connecting flight that leaves Terminal 3 at 9:50am. Separate PNRs, Carry-on luggage only. Can we walk between terminals? Is this enough time? I realize now how bad this planning was.
As to the above question regarding American flight transmitting to Vueling flight at FCO. I am a UK citizen. If i get my boarding pass does that help? Thank you very much.
You should just have to go through Schengen Entry passport control and go to your departure gate. You should have enough time. Getting your boarding pass ahead of time certainly will help.
I arrive in FCO at 8pm from Barcelona on Vueling. Connecting to Abu Dhabi flight on Etihad at 10 pm. Separate tickets. If I have carry on can I transfer in the transfer lane? How?
Yes, if you only have carry-ons you can go straight to the Etihad transfer desk, through Schengen Exit passport control, and to your departure gate and that should be enough time.
I am booking 2 separate tickets with 2 different airlines. coming from Cai on Alitalia arriving terminal 3 at 7am and them taking the next flight from terminal 3 on Norwegian airlines to Sweden at 8:55. we only have carry-on luggage. would 1:55hr be enough? we hold Australian passport. Many thanks
I think that will be very difficult if not impossible.
Arriving from Barcelona on Alitalia in T1, then 2 hour connection time to T3 to Los Angeles also on Alitalia, 1 ticket. Heard some hell stories about FCO and wanna be sure.
That should be enough time.
Expecting to fly Emirates from Dubai to FCO, and American Airlines FCO to NYC. Might not be able to check luggage all the way through. Is 2hr 15min enough time to get through customs, claim luggage, and check in for FCO>NYC, please? Appreciate the help!
That would be very difficult.
Many thanks - will rework our itinerary!
Arriving from Toronto on aircanada and continuing to Greece on vueling with 2 hours 10 minutes. Enough time?
with checked bags that will be fairly difficult if it's two separate reservations.
If no checked bags then would that be possible? Or is it still unlikely?
I arrive 815 am from US (Terminal 3 I think) and want to connect to Air Malta flight at 1020. Is there time for immigration, luggage collection, re check-in and security to make this flight if check in closes 45 min prior to the flight?
That's barely enough time if everything goes perfectly.
We are arriving on Etihad flight from Abo Dhabi at 13.10 at FCO and need to transfer to Alitalia flight to Palermo departing at 14.55. Flights booked on separate tickets with each airline. Is there enough time to catch the second flight?
With checked bags that would be very difficult if you can't get etihad to check your bags through to Palermo.
We are flying from Alghero on AlItialia to FCO and arrive At 7:50 at T 1 . It is on a separate itinerary ticket from our Delta flight to Atlanta which departs at 9:45 . I would appreciate any help to see if 1:55 is enough time and how do we get to our boarding gate to US. If we have to go to Terminal 5 From T1, what is the best way to make that connection. ? Are there any other options for security check in to USA
Thanks for any information

Our flight with Delta which departs to Atlanta
Delta now uses Terminal 1 for check in in Rome. You have enough time.