Rome Fiumicino Private Jet Charter

Rome – Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is an international airport in Rome and the main airport in Italy. It has managed to become one of the busiest airports in Europe, with passenger traffic serving approximately 43 million passengers in 2018.

The airport serves as the main hub of the largest Italian airline company Alitalia and the Spanish carrier Vueling, owned by the International Airlines Group. Based on the total number of passengers, Fiumicino, the eighth busiest airport in Europe and the 47th busiest airport in the world in 2017, covering an area of 16 km2. Rome Fiumicino Airport is one of the airports preferred by companies offering Private Jet Charter services in the region.

Rome private jet charter prices

Although Rome air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Rome are as follows.

Light Jet13.400 EUR
Midsize Jet19.600 EUR
Heavy Jet24.900 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

The history of Rome Fiumicino Airport dates back to the 60s

The aerodrome was officially opened with two runways on January 15, 1961 and replaced the smaller Rome Ciampino Airport, which was in service with domestic and charter operations as well as some low-cost airlines. Although officially opened in 1961, Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport has been in use since August 20, 1960. The airport was originally commissioned unofficially during the 1960 Summer Olympics to help alleviate the air traffic that choked Rome Ciampino Airport. In the 1960s, host Alitalia invested heavily in the new airport to build hangars and maintenance centres; A third runway was added to the facilities during the same period. During these periods, these facilities were put into service for Private Aircraft Chartering services.

The airport continued to develop without slowing down

The airport’s security services were transferred from Polizia di Stato (Italian State Police) to Aeroporti di Roma SpA in 2000. Aeroporti di Roma created ADR Security Srl to provide these services and security services to airlines. Airport Security is currently overseen by Polizia di Stato, the Guardia di Finanza (Italian Customs Police), the Italian Civil Aviation Authority and Aeroporti di Roma SpA.

Since 2005, the aerodrome has operated with a category III B instrument landing system (ILS). In 2007, further improvement work was carried out so that the airport could serve 30 take offs/landings per hour in case of heavy fog. Four runways are currently operational at Leonardo da Vinci airport, and in 2010 a new single baggage handling system was put into operation for more efficient baggage delivery.

Rome Fiumicino Airport transport information

The airport has three passenger terminals, two of which are currently operational. Terminal 1 (Gates B1 – B13 and B14 – B30) is used by Alitalia and SkyTeam airlines. Terminal 3 (Gates C8 – C16, D1 – D10, E1-E8, E11-E24, E31-44 and E51-61) is the largest terminal used by most companies. Terminal 5, which went under renovation in 2020 (formerly Gates E1-E8, E11-E24, E31-44 and E51-61), is used by all US and Israeli carriers. Terminals were developed in the 1990s and 2000s. A new Cargo City terminal was opened in 2004, and Terminal 5 was put into service in 2008.

Fiumicino Aeroporto train station is served by the Leonardo Express train, operated by Trenitalia, located in the aerodrome terminal. It takes 30 minutes to reach Termini Station without interruption by trains departing every 15 minutes. Alternatively, local trains (line FL1) depart every 15 minutes and stop at all stations. However, these trains do not go to Termini station. Passengers must transfer in Trastevere, Ostiense (Metro Piramide) or Tuscolana.

Leonardo da Vinci is located approximately 35 km from Rome’s historic city centre. In addition to the six-lane Autostrada A91 motorway, many buses and taxis serve the airport.

What are the places to visit in Rome?

Rome, which is one of the cities that preserved the Renaissance period almost exactly, is the cultural capital of Europe. The most visited place of the city is the Colosseum, which was started to be built in 72 AD and completed in 10 years. Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Trevi Fountain, Vittorio Emanuele II Monument are among the must-see places. In addition, the Vatican, which is located in the city and is a separate country, is the most important stopover for those visiting Rome.

Rome restaurants include the important tastes of Mediterranean cuisine. Suppli, Saltimbocca Alla Romana, Risotto and of course Pizza, an Italian classic, can be counted for the regional delicacies of Rome. The ice cream of Rome is also among the well-known classics.