Tips and ideas on how to best spend a layover at Rome Leonardo da Vinci airport. Got a favorite quiet place to connect to wifi? A great bar or restaurant? Maybe an exhibit or a walk? Share your FCO Airport layover experiences with others, or post a question and get notified when there is a response.
Am arriving from the US on Air Berlin into FCO and have 2 1/2 hours to get on a RyanAir flight to Malta. I will have to pick up my luggage and then check it with Ryan Air. I wonder how much time it takes to go through customs and security.
Air Berlin does not fly from the US to Berlin. Where are you flying from?
Sorry I mean Air Berlin does not fly from the US to Rome.
My clients are changing planes from terminal 5 in Fuimicino from Air Transat to Alitalia Terminal one to Reggio...have two seperate tickets...their flight arrives at 11.40am and their Alitalia flight departs at 2.35pm...will they have enough time ?
They will not arrive in Terminal 5 - that is a departure only terminal. They will arrive in Terminal 3. They should have enough time. They will have to claim their bags from Air Transat and take them to Alitalia in T1 to Re-check.
I have a night layover in Rome for about 5 hours. My flight will arrive at the Rome airport at 9:05 PM. My second flight leaving the Rome airport at 5:30 AM. Do you have any advice or experience how to spend 5 hours at the Rome Fiumicino airport?
hi Arriving at rome at 530 pm from alitalia flight at terminal 1 and onward flight to new delhi at 840 pm terminal 3. IS there enough time to grab luggage and go through security? Is there automatic transfer?
We have a long layover at FCO (8.5 hrs). We arrive from Toronto and going to Albania. IDo we have enough time to visit downtown Rome or we have to stay all that time at the Aeroport. We have Canadian Passaport.
Just wondering if you were able to do something with that layover time as we have (nearly) the exact same situation.