Rome Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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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 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 will be flying in on Blue Air from Romania to terminal 2 and flying out from terminal 3 on Norwegian Air Shuttle to the USA. Is 2 hours enough time? Will I need to claim and recheck luggage or can it be checked all way through? Anything special I need to know?