Rome Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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I will be departing on a direct Delta flight to Atlanta, GA, USA. It appears all direct trans Alantic international flights to the USA depart from Terminal 5 with boarding at Terminal 3. Is that correct?
I am arriving from US at 0940 on an American Airlines flight - will I have enough time to make a 1040 flight on RyanAir - with 1 hour 40 minutes between flights? Will I need to change terminals and go through additional security? Is there anything else I need to do? I read something about a check-in desk for non-EU passengers. Thank you.
My husband and are wondering the same thing. AA flight lands at 9:15 and then trying to connect to a domestic flight to Sicily via another terminal for a 10:40 flight and I doubt that is enough time. Let me know if you get any other feedback on this situation.
we arrive by air in Rome at 0915. Assuming the airplane is on time, how long might it take to get to the train platform for a train headed north?
Is 50 minutes layover enough time to go from terminal 3 to terminal 1?
Is an hour 50 minutes enough time for movement from Terminal 1 International flight to Terminal 3 intracontinental.
Is it the same reservation or two separate reservations? Do you have checked bags?
hello, we're two ladies in our 60's who want to ensure we have sufficient time. we'll fly in on alitalia from LAX and have only 1 hour, before boarding to fly to Brindisi (Puglia). Is that enough time?
That's just enough time if the flight from LAX is on-time.
I do not believe it is enough time if you have to get to another terminal and go through immigration check.
I would like to know Air transat operate from which terminal and which terminal Alitalia flight to Palermo. Do I connect in the same terminal? Or do I have to change terminal? Do I have to clear customs in Rome or in Palermo? Thank you!
You go through Schengen Entry passport control in Rome. Air Transat will arrive in Terminal 3 and the Alitalia flight departs from Terminal 1.
I am flying from Los Angeles to Rome on Norwegian Air. I have to collect my luggage and then check in again at Transavia for a flight to Rotterdam. Will I have to go through customes and security again? Both airlines operate within Terminal 3. I only have about two hours. Any advice on how to best do this?
I am a senior arriving on KLM at terminal 1 How long is the estimated time of me walking to terminal 3 to catch a hotel shuttle and is the route all connecting under one roof ?
Hi is 2.5hrs enough time from landing on an Alitalia flight from Bologna to departing on an Ethiopian airline she flight to Addis?