• Serving Rome / Italy
    Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport
  • Rome Ciampino Airport Airline Information

    Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport: Via Appia Nuova, 1651, 00040 Ciampino Roma, Italy

Being the secondary airport in Italy’s capital city, Rome Ciampino Airport is served only by two airline companies. The limited service is because Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport offers most of the airline services in Rome.

Ryanair uses Rome Ciampino Airport as a major international hub. This company from Ireland is one of the largest low-cost airlines in Europe and it has multiple international bases. Ryanair offers scheduled flights to more than 30 destinations throughout Europe and the Mediterranean vicinity. Thanks to Ryanair, Rome Ciampino Airport is connected to several important domestic destinations. Alghero, Bari, Bergamo, Brindisi, Cagliari and Trapani are some of the historic and resort cities that are accessible via the busy Irish airline.

Ryanair links Italy’s capital with major Eastern European cities such as Bratislava, Budapest, Krakow, Poznan, Vilnius, Warsaw, and Wroclaw. This major Irish airline also invites passengers to major destinations in the neighboring region on the Iberian Peninsula. Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, and Valencia are some of the most visited cities in Spain that are on the Ryanair schedule. Additionally, passengers at Rome Ciampino Airport also have direct access to Spain’s Balearic Islands of Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza. By offering direct flights to Francisco de Sa Carneiro Airport, Ryanair takes Rome’s passengers to Porto, Portugal’s second largest city.

Passengers at Rome Ciampino Airport who’d like to travel to major cities in the United Kingdom can count on Ryanair to get there. The Irish low-cost company offers direct flights to Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh and Scotland’s largest city Glasgow. With trips to London Stansted Airport, Ryanair links Rome with one of the major airports in England’s capital city. Ryanair flights to Manchester Airport take passengers to Northern England’s largest city. Nottingham/East Midlands Airport is another major U.K. destination available through Ireland’s low-cost carrier. Since Ryanair is based in Dublin, it makes perfect sense that there are direct trips between Rome Ciampino Airport and Dublin Airport.

Destinations in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Scandinavian region, and several other European countries are also on the list of direct Ryanair service at Rome Ciampino Airport.

Wizz Air is the second airline company that serves Rome Ciampino Airport. The Hungarian carrier links Italy’s capital city with Bucharest Henri Conada International Airport, the largest airport in Romania. Wizz Air also operates non-stop flights to Katowice, a major city in southern Poland.

Rome Ciampino Airport consists of a large interconnected complex that includes Terminal 1, 2, 3 and 5. There are multiple arrival and departure areas that are designated for specific flights for Ryanair and Wizz Air.