Rome (Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino) Airport

Rome's Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino AirportOpens in a new tab or window (FCO) is the largest and busiest airport in Italy and is located just 32km from Rome city centre.

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Qantas flights QF5 and QF6 operate from Terminal 3. Explore terminal maps at Rome Fiumicino AirportOpens in a new tab or window


Fiumicino has two terminals (Terminal 1 and Terminal 3). Both terminals are connected and transferring between terminals is approximately a 5-6 minute walk.

Qantas international arrivals to domestic connections 
Customers arriving in Rome with connecting flights operated by ITA Airways on the same ticket can proceed to the ITA transfer desk or departure gate to collect your boarding pass. 

If your onward flight operated by ITA Airways is on a separate ticket, or with another carrier, you must collect your baggage on arrival and proceed to check in with the operating airline.

Qantas international arrivals to international connections
Customers arriving in Rome connecting to international locations should proceed to the operating airline's transfer counter or departure gate. Check the monitors available throughout the terminal for the departure location and gate.

Domestic and international connections to Qantas international departures
Customers arriving from domestic or international locations who are connecting to a Qantas flight must proceed to Boarding Area 'E' and undergo a passport check and security screening prior to boarding. Transfer customers requiring a boarding pass can see our team at the departure gate. 



There are no ticketing facilities available at the airport. Contact your local Qantas office for assistance with any ticketing or re-booking requirements.


Check-in opens 3 hours before departure for Qantas operated services.

Online check-in is available for Qantas international flights (QF1-199), and other eligible connecting flights operated by oneworld, partner and codeshare airlines. Online check-in opens 24 hours before your flight departure and closes 2 hours before international flight departures.

For Qantas codeshare flights, check in with the operating carrier.

Flight status

View our flight status page for departure information.



Baggage carousels are located on the arrivals level. Information monitors display flight and carousel numbers. Baggage services are supplied by Aviation Services.

Flight status

View our flight status page for arrival information.


Find out more about partner lounge availability, features, operating hours and access.


Visit Rome AirportOpens in a new tab or window for a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to transport options.

Transport Details
Taxis Authorised Taxis are white with a “Taxi” sign on the roof.  The symbol of the Municipality of reference is fixed to the front doors and the licence number is on the doors, on the back and inside the vehicle. Fixed fares apply. Rome city centre €50
Bus A number of bus companies operate between Rome Airport and the city centre for approximately €6-€10 per person each way, depending on the operator.
Train A train station is located within the airport at Terminal 3. Express and regional trains are available. The Leonardo Express usually leaves every 15 minutes and takes around 30 minutes to Rome city centre. Tickets start at approximately €18 per person one way.
Car hire The drive between Rome’s city centre and the airport usually takes between 30 minutes and one hour depending on traffic. Visit our cars section to make a booking.
Lists the transport options for getting to and from Rome Airport.

Important information

Times and prices are a guide only.