Rome Airport Guide to Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

Rome Fiumicino Airport Terminals (FCO)

Rome Airport stands for the busiest airport in Italy and the main international airport serving the city of Rome.

It consists of four passenger terminals, although nowadays only Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 are operative.

Take a look below to get further information about the Terminals at Rome Fiumicino Airport:

Terminal 1

Rome Airport Terminal 1 only handles domestic and Schengen flights.

It is operative but it is under renovation works too.

See more Terminal 1 information

Terminal 3

Rome Airport Terminal 3 operates with domestic flights, Schengen and Non-Schengen flights.

It is the biggest terminal at FCO Airport. 

See more Terminal 3 information

Terminal 5

Rome Airport Terminal 5 is temporary closed due to refurbishment works.

See more Terminal 5 information

Transfer between terminals

Please note that Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are connected to each other, while Terminal 5 is located southwest of Terminal 3.

To Terminal 1 and Terminal 3

You can go walking as they are located at a short distance. 

To Terminal 5

There is a free airport shuttle service available during all the year running every fifteen minutes which connects the terminals and the parking areas with the Cargo city area.

Departures are done in Terminal 3.