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Rome's Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is Italy's largest and busiest airport. More than 35 million air passengers pass through its five terminals each year. Terminal B welcomes domestic flights and B caters for both international and domestic passengers with Terminal C handling international flights.
The airport is commonly known as Fiumicino Airport and is located 35 km from the city of Rome itself. You can pick up your hire car at Rome Airport. When making your booking you can add optional extras to your Rome hire car, unlimited mileage and a collision damage waiver, your booking will be instantly confirmed and emailed.
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The latest terminal Terminal 5 was opened in 2008 constructed to enable a further 1 million passengers flying on American air craft to check in. The airport is currently dealing with further expansion to be finalised in 2018 which will enable the airport to deal with 55 million passengers annually.
All the major airlines fly into Fiumicino airport on domestic and international routes including British Airways, Airlingus and Easyjet from Gatwick and Heathrow airports. The airport has restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, banks and duty free outlets within its arrivals hall which has over 11,000 meters of shopping and leisure outlets.
You can discover some great locations close to Rome in your Rome hire car. Fiumicino is located off the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea and is well known for its seafood cuisine, popular with weekenders leaving nearby Rome during the summer months who visit its ancient fishing harbour with its yachts and fishing boats as well as its unusual black sandy beach. The area is popular with tourists on their way to and From Rome who stay in one of the many hotels and guest houses found in this typically Italian resort with its palm trees and sunny climate.