Rome Airport Terminals

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

 

It consist of four passenger terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 5, although nowadays only Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 are operative.

 

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

 

 

Transfer between terminals

Please note that Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are connected to each other, while Terminal 5 stands for a small and separate terminal, southwest of Terminal 3.

 

To get to Terminal 5, 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. Departures: Terminal 3.

 

 

Terminals

See more information about the Terminals at Rome Airport below:


Rome Airport Terminal 1

Rome Airport Terminal 1 only handles domestic and Schengen flights.

Delta checks for flights to the US are now hosted in Terminal 1.
See full Terminal 1 information

 


Rome Airport Terminal 2

Rome Airport Terminal 2 is permanently closed due to the expansion project of Terminal 1.

Blue Air, Eurowings-Germanwings, Pegasus Airlines, Ryanair and Wizzair services are now served in Terminal 3.

 


Rome Airport Terminal 3

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

El Al checks for flights to the US now are hosted in Terminal 3.

On the other hand, Delta and Alitalia transatlantic arrivals have their baggage claim in Terminal 3.
See full terminal 3 information

 


Rome Airport Terminal 5

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

See full terminal 5 information