Rome Ciampino Airport, named Giovan Battista Pastine, is the second airport facility located southeast of Rome, within walking distance from the GRA (or Grande Raccordo Anulare is a toll-free circular motorway around the city 68,2 km.
Ciampino airport is the Rome city Airport that absorbs the most traffic of low cost airlines (Ryanair, EasyJet, Wizz Air) to some domestic destinations (Alghero, Bari, Brindisi, Cagliari, Milan Orio, Trapani) and to most European cities, such as London, Barcelona, Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt, Brussels, Berlin, Dublin.
The traffic volume of the second airport in Rome was 4,788,931 passengers in 2008, with an overall decrease of 11.31% over 2007, due Enac Ordinance, which – at the request of the Municipality of Ciampino to reduce the noise pollution of the area – made an initial reduction from 138 to 100 aircraft movements a day maximum.
Regardless of how it is commonly called (Ciampino Airport), it is still located geographically for its majority in the city of Rome and is reached from the Via Appia. The proximity to Rome itself has, from this point of view, greatly helped in its development.
Terminals, Airlines and Destinations
|Ryanair||Alghero, Bari, Billund, Barcelona, Beauvais, Bergamo, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Brindisi, Brussels-South Charleroi, Budapest, Cagliari, Dublin, Edinburgh, Eindhoven, Fez, Gothenburg-City, Hahn, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, Krakow, Leipzig/Halle, London-Stansted, Madrid, Manchester, Marseille, Memmingen, Oslo-Rygge, Porto, Poznań, Santander, Seville, Stockholm-Skavsta, Tampere, Thessaloniki, Trapani, Valencia, Vilnius, Warsaw-Modlin [begins 17 July 2012], Weeze, Wroclaw
Seasonal: East Midlands, Glasgow-Prestwick, Ibiza, Rhodes, Volos
|Wizz Air||Bucharest-Henri Coanda, Katowice|