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Leanardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport is the largest airport in Italy and serves the national capital city of Rome. The airport is named after the iconic legend Lenardo da Vinci, who contributed in designing prototypes of helicopters and planes as well. The other names used to denote the airport are : Rome Fiumicino Airport and Fiumicino Airport. The airport was founded in 1961 and had only two runways at that point of time.
There are four different terminals which serve the Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. There were 5 terminals earlier before, in 2009, these terminals were renamed and re-classified. Terminal A became T1, Terminal AA became T2, B and C combined to come T3 while the T5 remained as it was. The four terminals at the Fiumicino Airport are T1, T2, T3 and T5. T1 hosts Alitalia - the local airline of Italy,Air France, KLM and Etihad Regional. T2 is served by low cost domestic airlines. T 3 is here most of the international flights take-off and land. T5 is primarily for the Israeli and US carriers.
The Fiumicino Airport is located 25 Kilometres South-west of the city of Rome. Transportation facilities are available in abundance to help the passengers travel to and from the airport. These transportation facilities are:
There is a direct train called as The Leonardo Express, which connects the centre of Rome city to the Fiumicino Airport. This train is available once in every 30 minutes.
Taxi service here is of very high order. The white symbolic taxis in Rome are available outside the airport. These taxis charge standard fixed fare and can be hired for destinations around the city. Buses: Regular buses serve the Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport.