Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO) Car service, Chauffeur and Limousine service
|Rome Fiumicino Airport||City Centre|
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Rates may vary according to hours required and distance travelled. Please contact Elite Limousines for an accurate quote to your requirements. All rates are inclusive of chauffeur gratuity and fuel surcharge. Other transfer rates are available on request. Additional Information - Please note all rates are indicative. For an accurate quote, please contact Elite Limousines on +39 347 6428915. Surcharges may apply according to time of day, day of the week, local public holidays or special events, please check at time of booking. Indicative rates quoted may vary according to currency fluctuations and do not include waiting time, parking, tolls or telephone charges. All time based journeys will be charged by the hour from the time the vehicle leaves the local office to the time it returns. Further terms and conditions may apply, please see our terms and conditions page for details.
Leonardo da Vinci Airport Rome’s main international airport, Leonardo da Vinci, also known as Fiumicino (FCO), is 30km west of the city. It currently has two operational terminals, T1 and T3, both within walking distance of each other. The easiest way to get into town is by train, but there are also buses and private shuttle services.
The history of the capital’s airports begins in 1916, the year in which Ciampino “Giovan Battista Pastine” Airport was inaugurated in Via Appia, for airships and military purposes until 1947. It was the capital’s only airport until 15 January 1961, when the “Leonardo da Vinci” international airport was inaugurated.
“Leonardo da Vinci” is the “main hub airport” for scheduled and charter international and intercontinental traffic. Rome Ciampino (CIA), also known as Giovan Battista Pastine Airport is instead, the airport for low cost traffic, “express courier” goods and General Aviation traffic (state, humanitarian and civil defence flights). Ciampino Airport Ciampino, 15km southeast of the city centre, is not a big airport, but there’s a steady flow of traffic, and at peak times it gets extremely busy.