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Yes. If you need a rental car at Fiumicino International Airport, it has a variety of rental car companies. The rental car counters are situated in Office Tower 2, which is accessible through the pedestrian tunnels that also connect to the multilevel parking structure. Autovia, Avis, Europcar, Goldcar, Budget, InterRent, Hertz, Dollar, Thrifty, Firefly, Italy Car Rent, Locauto, National, Alamo, Karym Rent, Sixt, Rent 4U, and RentalPlus are some of the on-airport rental car agencies at FCO. Moreover, FCO has a chauffeur-driven car rental service situated in front of FCO’s exit. Cooperativa and Autonoleggio Futura are the chauffeur-driven rental car companies at the airport.
Yes. Fiumicino International Airport provides nursing mothers travelling through its premises with nursing rooms where they can care for their babies. The nursing rooms are equipped with cots, changing counters, and chairs. At FCO, the nursing rooms are close to Gates E44, E11, and A01. Also, the airport has two kids’ corners with kids’ games in Terminals 1 and 3, Arrivals level adjacent to the luggage claim.
The Ciampino Hotel is a casual choice that is less than a 10-minute drive from Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport and a 30-minute drive to the famous Colosseum. The Central Station Inn is a budget-friendly choice that is a 7-minute drive from Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport and a 25-minute drive to the Roman Catacombs.
The quickest and easiest way to travel between Fiumicino International Airport and downtown Rome is by taking either a rental car or a taxi, as the drive is only 35 minutes without any additional traffic or bad weather. Public transportation is also available. The local bus, for example, takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
If you would like to grab a bite to eat after your flight lands, make sure to check out the various dining options in Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport. The Moka Snack Bar is a popular choice that serves casual appetizers and drinks for travelers with time to spare, while there are several vending machines that are convenient for those short on time and hoping to purchase to-go items.
There is one inter-faith prayer room and one Catholic chapel located in Fiumicino International Airport. Both of these are located in the International Arrivals terminal. They are open during standard business hours and are available for all travelers, regardless of their religious affiliation.
In the last 3 days, the cheapest flight deal to Rome was found on the route from Vancouver, at C$ 358 one-way and C$ 952 round-trip. The most popular connection is from Toronto to Rome and KAYAK users have found round-trip deals for as low as C$ 708 in the last 3 days.
Airlines flying the most to Rome from Canada are Air Canada, Lufthansa and SWISS.
The distance between Rome Ciampino and downtown Rome is 15 km, which makes it the closest of the 2 Rome airports airports. Rome Fiumicino Airport is 24 km away from the centre.
Prices will differ depending on the departure airport, but generally, the cheapest airport to fly to in Rome is Rome Ciampino Airport, with an average flight price of C$ 165.
On average, a flight to Rome costs C$ 921. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost C$ 382 and departed from Calgary Airport.
United Airlines, Air Canada and Lufthansa have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Rome. Confirm policies on booking site.
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I want a refund you did not deliver what I paid for
I want a refund you did not deliver what I paid for
There wasn’t an option for not applicable under food. No food on this flight. Good coffee though.
Flight was delayed for mechanic difficulties. Then flight was cancelled. Rerouted with Air France. No vouchers for food - 9 hour difference. No communication. Ticket was reserved, but not assigned. After going through the Air France line, redirected to another booth to get an actual ticket. 10 hour layover in Paris!!! Had to buy lunch, dinner, snacks, hotel overnight, Uber drivers and no word from Air Cañada… after 1.5 hours of waiting on the phone for “customer service” told to fill out a complaint on line. Will never book with Air Cañada. Also, the airport hub was the most overpriced, limited restaurants available. $15 for a glass of wine and the give you a $2 service charge!!!
The fact that you are sending me a survey asking me about a connection that was missed speaks to the level customer service that was present throughout this trip.
Very old aircraft and the seats are awful. Boarding was not organized and took forever
The cabin crew was fine, nothing out of the ordinary. However, the crew at check in was a disaster. We had already checked in and wanted to see if we could upgrade to first class. Waited in line bc the crew was so slow. No sense of urgency. Long story short, the lady, Maria, would refuse to answer our questions directly. As we are about to leave, she asked if we wanted our boarding passes printed. I figured we were there, already wasted time, might as well. We could have gone to through security as we were already checked in. As she’s putting in our information, my bf has to step away, leaving me with out two carry on. I just had surgery and was in a sling as I don’t have much strength or movement in my left arm. She looks down at our carry ons and said we need to make sure it fits. I told her, I haven’t had an issue with it as this is what I flew with from the states to Canada. We both flew with the same carry ons. She just said to me, it doesn’t matter. I also asked her if this is a different procedure with this Air Canada as I have flown to multiple countries and states with this same carry on. She said the same policy apply, which at this point doesn’t seem true since I have gone through multiple cities and countries and multiple airlines with zero issues. I struggled to go over to the stand and once again, struggled to lift my carry on into the rack to see if it fits. All the while, she just stands and watches. Her and the manager both standing there and watching as I dropped and struggle to lift the carry on. My carry on was too wide due to the wheels and they refuse to let me use it. Then, to make matters worst, my bfs carry on, which was clearly smaller than mine, she then asked me to do the same thing, lift it to see that it fits within their measurements. Of course that one fits. But, again, I’m disabled and both the agent and manager stood there, not once offered any help. She forced me to check in my bag with the fee. I should have just walked away because, when we got to the gate, the crew there also asked that anything bigger than the slot gets checked in, FOR FREE. Maria took advantage of my disability, was unsympathetic and just a disappointment to Air Canada. And the manger, that was more interested in making other people’s lives miserable because he was clearly miserable should quit trying to flirt with Maria and actually do his job. What a joke of a staff and what a joke of an air line.
When I arrived in Calgary I discovered my plane was reassigned to a more profitable route and I was left stranded in Calgary. I had to rent a car and drove 8 hours to get home at my own expense. 2 of my last 3 flights with Air Canada were cancelled and the 3rd one was delayed 2 hours. Air Canada is an unreliable airline. Choose another airline if you can!
I don’t have my bags, they change my flight and left my bags.