Rome Airport - Terminal 3

Rome Airport, also named as Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, or Rome Fiumicino Airport, is the international main airport of Rome and the eighth airport in Europe, concerning the passenger traffic. Officially launched in 1961, Rome Fiumicino Airport is today connecting the entire globe with Italian Peninsula. It is located in Fiumicino, a city 35 km far away from Rome city centre. Rome Airport counts with 5 passenger Terminals: 1, 2, 3 and 5.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 of Rome Airport (FCO) operates with domestic flights, Schengen and non-Schengen flights. It is the largest Terminal within Rome Airport. It is well connected with train and it operates with 76 airlines. It is the last passenger terminal which has been renovated so it is very modern and new. Arrivals area of Terminal 3 have 5 exits and you can find a wide offer of food, drinks, shops, Information desks, ATM machines, with escalators to the baggage claim area with lost & found counters. The Departures Area counts with 5 entrances to the check-in lobby and it is in the center between the two check-in areas, a tourist information counter, the Special Assistance Lounge, & ATM machine.

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

To the left of the Terminal 3 you’ll find check-in rows 300-431 (divided into 300-326, 327-248, 349-373 and 374-431) after security check, to the E gates.
Some airline gates are situated at the floor 0 of the Terminal 3 (next to the shops area) many other airlines are located at the new International Boarding Area E.

New International Boarding Area E was opened in 2016 as a support for extra-Schengen flights and adding 6 more million passengers to the Rome Airport’s numbers. It counts with an exclusive and luxury shopping gallery called “Made in Italy” with national products. The gallery also counts with 40 outlets and 10 high-quality restaurants.

There is a free airport shuttle service available during all the year, running every fifteen minutes. It connects the airport, the Parking areas within the Rome Airport and the Cargo city area.

Within Terminal 3 of Rome Airport (FCO) you can find a several number of services and facilities such as:
- 48 toilets made with avant-garde style
- LED lighting to save energy
- Wi-Fi without time limits
- Free luggage trolley service
- Easy accessible desks for passengers with reduced mobility and priority for security and passport
- A Terminal manager to assist travellers and help them
- Fax and Photocopier at every info-point
- Separate collection of rubbish to recycle
- Restricted Kiss & Go and Stop & Go traffic areas
- Eat & Drink Guide to provide passengers with information
- Personal Shopper
- New interface for the ADR app
- Atahotel Executive Centre: it offers spots with internet, fax machines, photocopiers and a post-office
- ATMs and currency exchange offices
(More info services)

Kiss & Go Area

To make the space more efficient the Rome Airport counts with the Kiss & Go area, a very special and new service which lets you stop during 15 minutes in both departures and arrivals areas of the Terminals 1,2 and 3. It is the modern system than ensures a quick, safe and free stop for everyone who needs to bring or pick up somebody at the Rome Airport. It definetely helps the airport to be more fluid and efficient.

Other useful information

British Airways has its lounge on the floor 2 of Terminal 3. Information desks within Terminal 3 are at Departures check-in area, open 24 hours, and at Arrivals area, at the exit after luggage delivery area, open from 07:15h to 15:00h. The nursery service is accessible to all passengers and Terminal 3 counts with it, located near the Sky Bridge.