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  • Transferring through Rome Terminal 3 to Terminal 3
    Jun 13, 2016
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    I will be departing JFK on Alitalia, and will be transferring to Montenegro Airlines which is code shared with Alitalia. It is one itinerary and luggage will be transferred to my final destination. Will Alitalia print me my connection flight boarding pass which is code shared. Also, what is my procedure in FCO? Will I have to go through passport control or security? Thank You

     

    Alitalia should be able to issue both boarding passes at your Origin. Otherwise you can get it from the Montenegro Airlines transfer desk in Rome. You should not have to go through passport control or security.

     

  • Bangkok - Rome - Cagliari
    Jun 9, 2016
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    I'm going to arrive in FCO at 6:50AM from Bangkok on Thai Airlines, and make a connection to Cagliari on Alitalia at either 9:30 or 10:55. I'd prefer to get the earlier flight; would 2.5hrs be enough to make the transfer? I'll have carry-on luggage only.

     

  • ORD-FCO-WAW
    Jun 8, 2016
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    I am traveling O'Hare-FCO on Alitalia Business Class, connecting in 2 hours 30 minutes to FCO-Warsaw, also on Alitalia Business Class. Will have checked bags and U.S. passports. Will this be enough time?

     

  • Detroit/Rome/Athens
    Jun 7, 2016
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    I am flying from the USA and have a 1hr 5 min layover in Rome going to ATH. Will I have to go through passport control and security? In the rome airport, is there an expedited passport/security line for first-class? Does anyone know if these are in the same terminals? Thank you!

     

    You will go through Passport control, but don't have to go through security. You will arrive in Terminal 3 but depart from Terminal 1 (assuming you are flying to Athens on Alitalia), but they are all connected.

     

  • Chicago / Rome / Zadar -- will i have enough time?
    Jun 6, 2016
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    My flight would get into Rome at 10:30 via Chicago/O'Hare. Then I would need to claim my baggage and go through customs and check-in for another flight on Vueling (booked separately) to Zadar, Croatia at 12:40 (including security screening again.) I would only have 2 hours and 10 minutes. Will I have enough time for all of that? Are the gates for these in the same terminal

     

    That would be barely enough time. Yes, both flights will be in Terminal 3.

     

  • Is 55 minutes enough for my connection?
    Jun 4, 2016
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    Hi, I will fly with Alitalia, I will arrive to FCO at 08:45 from Budapest to Terminal 1 and my flight to New York departs at 09:40 from Terminal 3. My flight tickets are on the same reservation. I have only 55 minutes to change planes (and terminals), do you think this is enough time? I am a bit worried that I will miss my second flight.

     

    That should be enough time if your flight from Budapest is on-time.

     

  • Only two hours before flight to Australia due to rescheduling
    Jun 2, 2016
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    Hi, My flight from Malta to Rome has been rescheduled so I now have only two hours between that flight and my flight to Australia.Both flights are via terminal 3. However, the flights are on different tickets, so I will have to collect my luggage then re-book it in. Will I have to go through customs to collect my luggage and then back through security? Will I have enough time? Thank you.

     

    Malta and Italy are both in the Schengen area, so you don't have to go through passport control after your flight from Malta. You just claim your luggage, re-check it with your second airline, go through Schengen exit passport control, and security. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.

     

  • Terminal 1 to Terminal 5
    Jun 2, 2016
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    I arrive at FCO on Alitalia on flight 1588 from Cagliari at termina 1 at 8:35. I have a United flight to Washington DC flight 291, that leaves from terminal 5 at 10:50. Do I take a shuttle bus from T1to T5 and will I have enough time? I only have carry on baggage.

     

    Yes, you have to take the shuttle bus. You have just enough time if the flight from Cagliari is on-time.

     

  • enough time for connections?
    May 31, 2016
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    I am traveling from madrid to JFK and i have a layover in Pisa for an Hour,. Don't i need to be at Pisa three hours before departing for the usa? or do i pass all the security ib madrid and i don't need to worry in Pisa?

     

    Are both tickets on the same reservation or two separate reservations?

     

  • T1 to T5 going to DC
    May 31, 2016
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    I arrive on ALITALIA AT T1 from Cagliari. I must go to T5 to get a United flight to DC. How do I get from T1 to T5? I have about 2 hours. Do I need to go thru security and customs?

     

    You take a shuttle bus. You will have to go through Security end Schengen exit passport control and then take another shuttle bus to your departure gate.

     

  • Connecting with no visa & separate tickets (risk?)
    May 31, 2016
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    I already have a flight from BUE to FCO (Alitalia, but not bought to Alitalia directly), then I have to buy a SEPARATE flight from FCO to LED Russia (Alitalia but operated by Aeroflot). Connection time 6hs, but...: I can't exit the airport because I have no visa. I plan to have carry-on baggage only and to do the FCO-LED check-in online. I will have no boarding pass printed and have no access to counter outside transfer area. What risk do I have? What happen if online check-in fails? Do I buy the second flight (FCO-LED) from Aeroflot directly or Alitalia (code share) ?

     

  • Flying into Fuimicino-Rome and connecting to Barcelona
    May 31, 2016
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    I am flying into Fuimicino-Rome with Turkish Airlines and layover of 120 minutes, with vueling to Barcelona with checked-in baggage. Where do I need to do immigration ? do I have enough time to catch the Barcelona flight?

     

    I don't hold an EU passport. However, I don't require visa.

     

    You will pass through Schengen passport control in Rome. You should have just enough time with checked baggage (you will likely have to transfer it yourself).

     

  • Alitalia terminal connection and passport control
    May 31, 2016
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    Flying on Alitalia from Boston to Rome with connecting flight on Alitalia to Florence. Will I have to change terminals? Will I have to claim luggage in Rome and recheck? Where will I go though passport control--Rome or Florence? Thank you.

     

    You will arrive in Terminal 3, go through Schengen passport control and walk to your departure gate in Terminal 1. You don't have to do anything with your baggage.

     

  • picking up bags
    May 31, 2016
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    Im flying into FCO from Chicago on Alitalia arriving t3. then on to Istanbul on Turkish air. also from T3.. two seperate reservations.. will i have to go out and in??

     

    Yes, if you have checked bags you will have to go through passport control, claim your bags, take them to Turkish, re-check them and go through security and Schengen Exit passport control.

     

  • FCO connection
    May 28, 2016
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    Hi I'm booked Alitalia YYZ to FCO and connect to Catania with checked bags and a connection time of 1:35. Do I have to clear customs/immigration in FCO or CTA? If in FCO, I assume I need to claim my bags and recheck bags with AZ? Is this connection feasible? Thanks

     

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