Rome Airport Transfer

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Do you want to reach Fiumicino airport without problems and without stress? Rely on our Rome Airport bus transfer service.

The bus leaves from the Port of Civitavecchia at 09.30 am and takes you to your destination in 45 minutes. The driver takes care of the loading and unloading of the suitcases and our staff will help you check in.

Easy, fast and comfortable: we guarantee you the arrival in perfect time to take your flight!

Leave for the airport without any problems using our Rome airport transfer service. The bus awaits you at 09.30/09.40 am in the port of Civitavecchia, with destination Fiumicino airport.

The staff, almost all female, will check you in, put stickers of the service on the luggage and accompany you to the bus, where the chauffeur will arrange your suitcases. The buses are modern, with reclining seats and air conditioning. We also guarantee the professionalism and experience of our drivers.

During the journey, almost everything on the motorway, we will pass by the small towns of Santa Marinella, Cerveteri, Ladispoli and Fregene.

After about 45 minutes you will reach your destination: the terminal 3 for international flights of the Fiumicino airport. The driver will unload your luggage to let you continue your journey home.

We hope that, upon your return, you will send us a feedback of the service because your suggestions are always very valuable.

For travellers, airports also have a particular charm and beauty. That’s why we propose a small and interesting guide about the airport of Fiumicino: enjoy it!

 

FIUMICINO TRAVELLER’S GUIDE

The airport was officially opened on January 15, 1961. At that time it had only two runways and replaced the airport of Ciampino, which remained in service for domestic flights and charter flights.

The first scheduled plane (a TWA Lockheed Constellation) landed at Fiumicino on the night of January 14-15. The plane came from New York and had made a technical stopover in Tunis.

The airport, named after Leonardo da Vinci, had already welcomed charter flights in August 1960 to relieve the air traffic, which was congesting Ciampino during the Olympics.

The airport is the result of the fusion of two architectural projects: the one of Riccardo Morandi and Andrea Zavitteri (winners of the competition) and the one of Amedeo Luccichenti and Vincenzo Monaco (of which some solutions were adopted). The final project was approved in August 1958 and the works for the construction of the airport lasted 21 months.

The Leonardo da Vinci airport has a traffic of almost 43 million passengers (2018) and is the largest Italian civil airport and the second largest Italian cargo airport, with a traffic of over 199 000 tons of cargo.

It currently has three terminals T1, T3 and T5, reserved for domestic, international and intercontinental flights, and three runways 16L/34R and 16R/34L. The runways are separated from each other by 4 000 metres and are used mainly for landings from the north.

To reach our Civitatours bus you can take the free shuttles at your disposal at the pier of your ship. We kindly invite you to arrive at the meeting point not later than 09:15 am. The bus does just one stop in Largo della Pace, where you will find our staf with booking lists waiting for you. You will easily recognize them by the Civitatours signs they hold.

You can find the price of the FCO transfer service as follows:

  • Person: 20 €

The price includes one luggage and one carry on

Extra luggage: 5 € per luggage to pay on spot

Contact us at
info@civitatours.com
for individual trips