Airport WiFi and Availability
When traveling through Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO), staying connected to the internet is important. Fortunately, the airport offers WiFi services to all passengers.
The network ID (SSID) for the airport's WiFi is Leonardo da Vinci. To connect to the WiFi using a mobile phone, follow these steps:
- Go to your phone's settings and select WiFi
- Select the network ID "Leonardo da Vinci"
- Enter the password provided by the airport
- You should now be connected to the airport's WiFi
If you are unable to connect to the WiFi or have any issues, there are information desks located throughout the airport where staff can assist you.
It's important to note that some airline lounges at the airport may have their own WiFi connections. If you have access to an airline lounge, check with the staff to see if they offer WiFi services.
Additionally, if you need to charge your electronic devices, charging stations are available throughout the airport.
For more information about airport WiFi services and how to connect, visit the Airport WiFi Guide. This guide provides helpful tips and precautions to take before connecting to airport WiFi networks, as well as other connection options.
As this information can change, always check with the airport for the latest WiFi connection information.