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We have 2+ hours between our AA flight landing in FCO, Terminal 3, and the departing flight on Ryanair to Palermo. The Ryanair CSR said their flight leaves from Terminal 3 ... their website says Terminal 1. Can anyone help us efficiently navigate from AA to Ryanair at FCO? THANK YOU!!!
Before you needed to go to terminal 5 for clearance and then shuttle over to terminal 3. It looks like AA has changed this and you just have to go to terminal 3. Is this correct?
I will be flying through FCO on US passport arriving on Air Bulgaria from Sofia at 08:15 and departing on Delta to Atlanta at. 09:30. I believe that there is a change of terminal involved so I assume that means I have to go through passport control and security as part of the terminal change. I don't know how checked bags are handled and even if I'll have enough time to accomplish this transfer. Can anyone provide some advice?
I'm concerned about the time between flights and I also see American is now out of Terminal 3.

How much time do I need between flights to successfully make the connections? Basically need to get from Terminal 1 (Airitalia) to Terminal 3 (AA) to head to US
Arriving British Airlines 7:20 PM terminal 3. Departing Alitalia 9:15 PM. I will only have carry on luggage. Am I required to pass thru customs and exit terminal 3 to get to terminal 1? If I must pass thru customs do I have enough time to make my connection?
I will be arriving on American Airlines at 12:50 PM and have a separate ticket on Alitalia to Bari departing at 2:30 PM. Is there enough time claim luggage, go through customs and make the connection to Bari
My son is flying to to Rome via two separate Air Canada flights, has a 3 hour layover and then takes Alitalia to Florence. I am wondering what will the process be when he arrives in Rome? I know they land away from the terminal and are bussed in...but, what next? Does he go through immigration first thing? Air Canada told us they weren't sure if his bag will be checked through to Florence...should he check for his checked bag in Rome then? How does he do that? How will he know where his checked bag will be? Where does he get the Alitalia boarding pass? At the gate?
Hi ~ my son is traveling from Canada to Florence via Rome. He is flying two Air Canada flights, arriving in Rome for a 3 hour layover and then taking Alitalia from Rome to Florence. My questions are: does he arrive, go through immigration, pick up checked luggage and then go to get boarding pass for Alitalia? Or, do they get luggage prior to going through immigration/customs? Or, will luggage be checked through to Florence? Should he look for luggage in Rome just in case? If so, where does he find out where his luggage is in Rome? He is 21. First trip overseas alone.
Am flying from JFK TO ROME and have an hour and half before my next flight (different airline-Vueling) to Split, Croatia-will I have to go thru immigration and or customs and will I have enough time?

So I land at FCO at 2:30 pm with Turkish Airlines, and my next flight is 4:30 pm to Bari with Alitalia.
Will I need to collect my bags and check in again for my Bari flight? or will I be in transit and my bags go straight to Bari. I will have to change terminals to catch the Alitalia flight.
Please let me know how long this may take and if 2 hours are enough.