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Rome Fiumicino Airport is also known as Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, but it is usually called Fiumicino Airport, and it is the most important airport of Rome. It is a busy airport: in 2005, it processed 29 million passengers. The airport has four terminals, and between them there is a shuttle bus connection every 20 minutes. The shuttle bus also stops at the long parking area. The airport is located 26 kilometres to the south-west of Rome, and it is easy to reach by car from the ring road around the Italian capital. It is also easy to reach by train and bus. The airport has one hotel, which is connected to the terminals and to the train station via an air bridge. There is a free shuttle to two other hotels in the surrounding area.
There is an extensive shopping area with over 130 shops. In all terminals there are (snack) bars, cafés and restaurants. There is a business centre with limited opening hours, and there are two VIP-Lounges with showers and computers with Internet access. Also, the airport houses banks, money exchange offices, ATM machines and post offices.
In the aviation industry Rome Fiumicino Airport is indicated by the abbreviations GCO (IATA airport code) and LIRF (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website of Rome Fiumicino Airport