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Fiumicino Airport is the biggest airport in Italy. Its located 35kms from downtown Rome and caters to around 36 million passengers each year. The airport is a base for the Italian airline, Alitalia, but is also served by a number of other carriers, flying as far afield as the USA and the Far East.
Alitalia offers direct flights from several US airports. It currently flies from Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Newark. Delta Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways also operate some other routes. Travelers flying from Detroit, on the Delta Airlines route, should note that this service operates on a seasonal basis only.
Fiumicino Airport is served by a twice-hourly train service to downtown Rome. In addition, there are other local trains that could take a bit longer. Given that the airport has some excellent road connections, travelers might want to consider cheap car hire in Fiumicino Airport. There is a six-lane highway which leads directly to the airport from Rome (A91).
Car hire in Fiumicino Airport is located in the underground passages which the terminal building with the external car parks. Currently, around 11 firms offer car rental in Fiumicino Airport. Many of them are well-known multinationals, but others, such as Italy by Car, cater to the local market.
Fiumicino Airport is home to five terminals. US passengers, as well as those arriving on El-Al flights, will arrive at Terminal 5. This is the newest terminal, serving nearly one million passengers each year. Other international flights tend to use Terminal 3.