Rome Airports, Fiumicino boom of passengers to and from China

+ 47% from the beginning of the year, at Leonardo Da Vinci Rome airport

The airport of Rome Fiumicino, is confirmation of the privileged gateway for passengers coming from the East, in particular from China. In the first 45 days of the year, from 1 January 2016 to 15 February 2016, passengers to and from China in transit at the Rome airport have grown by over 47%.

This was declared by the Marketing Aviation Development Director of Aeroporti di Roma (ADR), Fausto Palombelli, during the celebrations for the Chinese New Year.

“In the summer – he added – we get to offer as many as 33 weekly flights to slots duck several destinations in China, which has few equals in Europe. In fact, along with Fiumicino Airport (aka Leonardo Da Vinci Airport), only Charles De Gaulle in Paris can boast seven destinations directly connected with China, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan. “