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  • Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 in 55 minutes
    Jun 13, 2014
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    I have booked flights with Alitalia from Vienna/Austria (VIE) to New York City/USA (JFK) via Rome (FCO). Will arrive in FCO Terminal 1 with Alitalia AZ 0189 on saturday 28th june at 13:50 and my connecting flight is Alitalia AZ 0610 from Terminal 3 at 14:45. There are only 55 minutes! Is that possible?

     

    You have to go through a brief Schengen exit passport check and then security at your departure gate. 1 hr 45 minutes should be plenty of time.

     

  • Fastest way from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5
    Jun 6, 2014
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    I have 2 hours 15 minutes between flights, arriving in T1 and departing from T5 without checked bags. Is the only way to go by walking from T1 to the shuttle stop at T3 and then taking the shuttle to T5? Does the T5 shuttle pick up at T1? Is it possible to just take a taxi from T1 to T5 in a couple of minutes, or will they not do that?

     

  • connection flights
    Jun 5, 2014
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    Hello, we are arrive from Budapest to Fiumicino with alitalia, and we have there a connection flight /delta/ to los angeles. We have 75 minutes to change. Do we need to find a transfer desk for boarding passes? and where is located? do we have a lot of time?75minutes? thank you for answer

     

  • Venice to Rome and then to US flight
    Jun 4, 2014
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    If I fly from venice to rome on Ailtalia and then have a separate flight to the US on United (terminal 5) do I need to go back through security check and passport check (US Passport)? I have a 1 hour connection time.

     

  • Split, Croatia to Istanbul via Rome FCO
    Jun 4, 2014
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    Hi! We're flying from Split to Istanbul with a crazy short layover in Rome of only 50 minutes. Just wondering if that's insane or we should be ok. No bags, just carry on. Also wondering if we need to go through security/customs?

     

  • Florence to Rome (Alitalia)-Rome to Detroit (Delta)
    Jun 4, 2014
    0
    I am flying Florence to Rome arriving into FCO Terminal 1 without checked baggage. I then fly 2 hours later Rome to Detroit from Terminal 3 Gate G on Delta with a separate ticket. Do I have to exit Terminal 1 and go all the way to Terminal 5 to check in, or can I go directly from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 without going through security again?

     

  • Venice to Rome, Rome to Los Angeles layover
    Jun 4, 2014
    0
    We fly from Venice to Rome and have an 1 hour and 15 minute layover before a flight to Los Angeles. Both flights are Alitalia, but different terminals, do we have enough time?

     

  • Terminals?
    Jun 8, 2014
    2
    I am flying Qantas codeshare Emirates arriving in Rome at 13.15hrs and departing with Alitalia to Lamezia at 16.40hrs. Will my flight arrive at Terminal 3 and do I have sufficient time for the transfer

     

    Terminal 2 to Terminal 3.

     

    You will have to collect your luggage as Easyjet does not check bags through to other airlines. However, there will be no customs or immigration in Rome as both Italy and Greece are within Schengen. You will go through US Immigration and Customs when you get to SFO. You should have enough time.

     

  • termainal 1 connection
    Jun 22, 2014
    3
    hello, i ahve a europeen passeport. i come from paris to beyrouth. i have 80 minutes to change fly in terminal 1 wth alitalia.. is it enought and do we need to recheck passeport. Thank's

     

    As you are a non-Schengen arrival at FCO, your transfer time should suffice. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/fco, then click on 'Terminal Map' under 'QUICK LINKS', and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

    is this any indication to follqw (like the TRANSIT or CONNECTION WORD) ? Thank's

     

    We are US citizens

     

  • enough time for connection?
    May 24, 2014
    1
    I arrive with Delta Airlines from Atlanta to Rome at 7.30am will land in terminal 3 and I am thinking to buy a ticket Rome-Vienna with AirBerlin that leaves at 8.50am from terminal 3. I have an European Passport (spanish), I will have 80min will it be enough time to make the connection?

     

    You are a non-Schengen arrival at FC0 and need to go through passport check, pick up bags, go through customs clearance and proceed with your bag to the AirBerlin counter for re-check-in (as you have 2 separate tickets and your airlines don't belong to the same Alliance). Since you don't need to change terminals, your time should suffice.

     

  • How to go from terminal 1 to terminal 3
    May 22, 2014
    3
    How to go from terminal 1 to terminal 3

     

    There is a well signed route. You can either walk along the curbfront or through the terminal, depending on your needs.

     

    Thank you for your help. do you know how long it takes walking from 1 to 3 ?

     

    At FCO Boarding Areas domestic boarding areas are connected. You arrive at Boarding gate Area B and head for boarding Area D or H of T3.(D or H gates) - simply follow 'Boarding Area" signs.

     

  • Athens-Rome-Venice
    May 15, 2014
    3
    I am flying from Athens to Venice via Rome. I have a 50 minute layover in Rome before my connection to Venice.Do I need to clear immigration or customs in Rome? If so, are 50 minutes enough?

     

    There will be no immigration or customs, both Greece and Italy are within the Schengen area.

     

    Thank you. Will 50 minutes be enough layover time between the 2 flights?

     

    Yes, that should be enough time.

     

  • aitllia to US Airways flight
    May 11, 2014
    3
    Can I go directly from a flight on Aitalia from Naples to FCO to my departing flight to Charlotte NC on US Airways with out leaving to go to terminal 5? If luggage is checked through and I have or get a boarding pass from US airways inside the terminal with out leaving

     

    forgot to say that I have 3 hours in FCO and both flights are on the same ticket

     

    Terminal 5 is used for U.S. & Israel flights. Alitalia uses Terminal 1 (T1) - one of three connected terminals T1, T2 & T3 - on arrival follow signs to Boarding area H - H gates of T3, and take the shuttle train near the entrance to H gates to T5's Satellite with Boarding Area G & G gates.

     

    Alitalia and US Airways do have an interline agreement so your bags will likely be transferred, however you will probably have to go to Terminal 5 to get your US Airways boarding pass and go through security.

     

  • enough time?
    May 4, 2014
    2
    I am flying into FCO from JFK, then on to VCE booked straight through with Alitalia. They want to book me with only a one hour connection in Rome. Is that enough time, or should I opt for a 3-hour connection? Are the flights in the same terminal? Do I go through immigration/customs in Rome or Venice?

     

    You will go through Immigration in customs in T3 then your flight to Venice will be in T1. 1 hour is possible, but doesn't leave much room for delays.

     

    Thanks, that's what I thought. Given flight delays at JFK, I will try to book a later flight to Venice - I think there is one that gives me a two hour window. Safer, clearly. Thanks again!

     

  • Geoff
    May 4, 2014
    2
    We will be arriving at terminal 3 with a connection to Athens in Terminal 1. We will have our luggage. We arrive on a Sunday morning at 7:30 AM with a 70 minute layover. Will we make our connection?

     

    Your transfer time at FCO is tight: Currently, all international ('Non-Schengen') flights, including U.S. flights, arrive at Terminal 3, at either Gates G or H. From there, passengers go through immigration (passport control) and - if transferring to another flight - proceed to their connecting terminal & gate. Terminal 1 has Boarding Area B, with gates B1-B30 (B14-B23 on ground level, & B27-B30 (by escalator); and B1-B13 on first level). All boarding areas of the terminals are inter-connected. Just follow signs.

     

    Thank you very much.

     





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