New winter 2021/2022 train timetable – Introducing new direct connections with Frecciargento from Genoa, La Spezia, Pisa and Florence to Fiumicino Airport in 4h 25m with trains departing from Genoa at 06:10 and from Fiumicino Airport at 19:08.

Two of the four daily connections between Fiumicino and Venice (travel time 4h 15m) are now operated by Frecciarossa trains (the other two connections are operated by Frecciargento trains).

The number of daily Leonardo Express trains has increased from 110 to 126. First trains now leave from Roma Termini at 05:36 and from Fiumicino Airport at 06:23, while the last train departs from Roma Termini at 22:35 and from Fiumicino at 23:23. Thanks to these new connections, 900 extra seats have been added to the Roma Termini – Fiumicino Airport route, with 2,500 seats available in total per day.

Book your train tickets to Fiumicino Airport with us in just a few simple clicks using our journey planner above.


Train companiesTrenitalia, Leonardo Express
Travel time from Roma Termini32 – 48 minutes
Stations at the airportFiumicino Aeroporto T3
TerminalsT1, T3, T5

How to get to Fiumicino Airport by train

Leonardo Express

The Leonardo Express is a non-stop train service from Roma Termini to Fiumicino Airport operated by Trenitalia. The train leaves from platforms 23 and 24 of Roma Termini train station and takes just 32 minutes to reach the airport.

The first train departs from Roma Termini at 05:35 daily – running every 15 minutes during peak times and every 30 minutes at all other times – with the last train departing at 22:35. Heading back from the airport, the first train departs from Fiumicino at 06:23, with the last service departing at 22:23.

Regional trains to Fiumicino Airport

If you want to travel from Roma Tiburtina instead, you can take one of the FL1 commuter trains which reach the airport in just 48 minutes – these trains run every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes during the weekend.


Fiumicino Airport train station

Fiumicino Aeroporto train station is located near to the exit of Terminal 3 at the departures level.  From here you can easily travel to several of the main stations in Rome, as well as major cities in North-Eastern and Central Italy via four direct Frecciargento high-speed services including Firenze Santa Maria Novella (2h 14m), Bologna Centrale (2h 59m), Padua (3h 57m) and Venezia Mestre (4h 12m) train stations.

Want to know more about what to do in Rome? Check out our dedicated page Trains to Rome.

From Rome Fiumicino Airport to the city centre

Discover which train you can take from the airport to the city centre and book your train tickets with Trainline.


Fiumicino Airport - Roma Termini

126 Leonardo Express trains connect the airport to Roma Termini train station every day. They depart from Terminal 3 at every 35 and 50 minutes past the hour during peak times and at every 35 and 5 minutes past the hour at all other times.


Fiumicino Airport - Roma Tiburtina

The FL1 commuter trains also depart from Terminal 3 and stop at Roma Tiburtina, Roma Trastevere (27m), Roma Ostiense (31m) and Roma Tuscolana (41m) train stations.

How to get to Fiumicino Airport by bus

You can also get to Fiumicino Airport by bus and you’ll find there are many options to choose from.


If you’re travelling from Rome, hop on a Terravision bus. Buses depart from Roma Termini and stop at Terminal 3. The journey lasts about 55 minutes. For more information, visit our Terravision page.

From the same station, you can also take Sitbus and Autostradale buses to reach the airport. Buses run every 30-50 minutes. Check our Sitbus and Autostradale pages to find out more.

If you’re leaving from Naples or Caserta, hop on the Fiumicino Express, which will get you to the airport in 2h 50m. Buses depart from Naples’ Metropark bus station and Caserta’s bus stop on via Nazionale Appia 272 Casagiove (Caserta Nord).

Terminals and facilities

Here’s all the information you need to know about the different terminals at Fiumicino airport and the facilities on offer.

Fiumicino Airport's Terminal 1 is mainly used by Alitalia and Skyteam partners. It has 72 check-in desks and several self-service check-in kiosks.

Terminal 3 is the largest terminal of the airport and is mainly used for the check-in of Blue Air, Eurowings, Pegasus Airlines, Ryanair and Wizzair, as well as flights to the Non-Schengen area.

Terminal 5 serves flights to the United States and Israel and is mainly used for security checks – departures and arrivals will always take place at Terminal 3.

Winner of the ACI EUROPE Best Airport Award in the ‘over 25 million passengers’ category, Fiumicino Airport is renowned as a European hub offering high-quality services. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, cafés and bakeries to enjoy before your flight, as well as duty-free and luxury stores, toy shops and more – you can even book a personal shopper. Free WiFi and luggage trolley services are also available.

Looking for somewhere to stay close to the airport? Pick one of the following hotels as they’re directly connected to Terminals 1, 3 and 5:

  • Hilton Rome Airport is directly connected to Terminals 1 and 3 via a covered tunnel and has 517 rooms. For more information and bookings, visit the Hilton Rome Airport page.
  • Hilton Garden Inn Rome Airport is directly connected to Terminals 1, 3 and 5 and has 282 rooms. For more information, check the Hilton Garden Inn Rome Airport page.

You may also be interested in...

Leonardo Express

If you'd like to buy cheap train tickets for the Leonardo Express, check out our dedicated page Leonardo Express.


Getting to the airport by bus

Terravision: from Roma Termini to Fiumicino Airport

Autostradale: from Roma Termini to Fiumicino Airport

Fiumicino Express: from Naples or Caserta to Fiumicino Airport