Rome Airport Informational Guide to Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) - Non Official

Rome Fiumicino Airport Terminal 3

Terminal 3 of Rome Airport (FCO) operates with domestic, Schengen and non-Schengen flights and handles flights of more than 76 airlines.

It is the largest terminal in Rome Airport and is well connected with the train.

It has been recently renovated, so it is very modern.


Fiumicino Terminal 3 consists of the three levels:

Arrival level

Arrivals area of Terminal 3 has 5 exits.

You can find a wide offer of food, drinks, shops, information desks, ATM machines, among others.

Access to the the baggage claim area, lost & found counters and transportation by escalators.

Departures level

Departures and check in area.

The Departures Area counts with 5 entrances to the check-in lobby, where there can be found some services such as the tourist information counter, the Special Assistance Lounge and an ATM machine.

Boarding area

To the right of Terminal 3, you will find check in rows 290 to 201 (273-290, 249-272, 225-248 and 201-224) which lead to gates B,C and D after customs and security check.

To the left of Terminal 3, you’ll find check-in rows 300-431 (300-326, 327-248, 349-373 and 374-431), which lead to E gates.

Some airline gates are located on floor 0, next to the shops area, whilst other airlines are located at the new International Boarding Area E.

International Boarding Area E (extra-Schengen boarding)

The new International Boarding Area E was opened in 2016 as a support for extra-Schengen flights adding 6 more million passengers to Rome Airport’s numbers.

It counts with an exclusive and luxury shopping gallery called “Made in Italy” with national products, which has also 40 outlets and 10 high-quality restaurants.

Shops Level

The shopping gallery, where a high amount of shops and restaurants are located. 


Terminals 1 and 3 are located within a short walk.

There are shuttles available to transfer between terminals too.


- Restaurants and cafeterias
- Duty Free
- Shops
- Tax Free Mall 
- ATMs
- Currency Exchange
- Personal Shopper
- Toilet
- Self service check-in 
- Free luggage trolleys 
- Information points 
- Eat and Drink guides along the airport 
- Strollers 
- Nurseries 
- Play Areas 

See more Services


Plaza Premium Lounge: Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Premium food, Wi-Fi, showers, snacks, drinks, TV, Internet Terminals, Telephones. 

Passes start at 37 € per passenger.  

Hello Sky Lounge: Separate Building. Open from 07:00 am to 09:00 pm. Services: Snacks, TV, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, premium food, showers, private rooms, conference rooms, among others. 

Star Alliance Lounge Rome: Terminal 3, D gates. Services hours: 05:15 am to 09:15 pm. Services: Premium food, Wi-Fi, drinks, snacks, newspapers and magazines.

Prima Vista Lounge (Gate D3): Terminal 3, D gates. Services: Snacks, Wi-Fi, food, drinks, flight monitors, TV, Internet Terminals, among others.

Casa Alitalia Piazza Venezia: Terminal 3, D gates. Services: Premium food, showers, drinks, Wi-Fi, TV, Internet Terminals, among others. 

Casa Alitalia Piazza di Spagna: Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Premium food, liquors, showers, snacks, Wi-Fi, showers, among others.

The Emirates Lounge: Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Premium food, liquors, Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks, among others. 

British Airways Lounge: Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Premium food, snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, newspapers and magazines, printers and copiers, telephones, among others. 

Prima Vista Lounge (E-Gates Satellite): Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Snacks, drinks, showers, Wi-Fi, TV, Children’s area, among others. 
ITA Airways Piazza di Spagna: Terminal 3. Services: premium food, Wi-Fi, snacks, among others. 

Casa Alitalia Piazza del Popolo: Terminal 3, E gates. Services: Premium food, snacks, drinks, showers, Wi-Fi, among others. 

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