Fiumicino “Leonardo Da Vinci” airport, 30 km from Rome, is considered the reference hub for the country’s international and intercontinental flights.
The airport has two passenger terminals that offer numerous services including “VIP welcomes” and services reserved for SkyPriority guests. Terminal 1 covers 31% of total traffic and hosts various airlines including Alitalia, Air France and Vueling; Terminal 3 instead the remaining 69%. From here international flights depart thanks to United, American Airlines, Emirates and China Airlines and low-cost flights such as those of Ryanair and Vueling. Overall, the reachable destinations are more than 200.
There is a freight terminal, called Cargo City and also used by large foreign state aircraft.
It is the first airport in Italy by number of passengers: currently it is over 43 million in total, of which more than half traveled for tourism. It is estimated that about half of the travelers are under the age of 35 and that at least 50% are foreigners.