Ciampino Airport Informational Guide to Rome Ciampino G.B. Pastine International Airport (CIA) - Non Official

Ciampino Airport (CIA)

Find the most important information about Ciampino Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the Airport and other information about Ciampino G.B. Pastine International Airport (CIA Airport). Plan your travel to CIA Airport with the information provided in this guide.


Ciampino G.B. Pastine International Airport handled 5,879,496 passengers in 2018. 


In 2020, due to coronavirus crisis, only 1,606,032 passengers were registered at Ciampino Airport

CIA Airport registered a total of 2,298,697 passengers in 2021. 

Terminals + info

Ciampino Airport consists of two terminals:


Passenger Terminal

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General Aviation Terminal

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Facilities and Services + info

See the available services at Ciampino Airport:

- Wi-Fi
- Bank 
- Lost luggage
- Currency exchange
- Lost & found office
- Ticket counters
- Toilets
- Disabled toilets 
- Smoking Area
- ATMs
- Baby care rooms
- First Aid Station
- Information Counter
- Nursery 
- Cafés and restaurants
- Shops
- Cash machines
- Trolleys 
- Special Assistance 
- Prayer Room
- Conference Hall
- Lounges


Address: Via Appia Nuova, 1651, 00040 Rome, ITALY

Phone: +39 6 65951 

Transport + info

By the following means of transport available in Ciampino Airport, you’ll be able to transfer to Rome city centre and its region:

Bus: Several bus companies are at your disposal in Ciampino Airport.
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Get from CIA Airport to Rome city centre within 35 minutes by taxi.
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 Ciampino Airport is not directly connected to the rail, but there is a combined bus and train service to Rome city centre. 
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Car rental:
To rent a car in Ciampino Airport is a good option to begin your journey in Rome. Check our search engine!
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Transfers: If you wish to travel to and from Ciampino Airport on your own, you can book a transfer. 
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About Rome

Rome is the Italian capital and so it has a lot of history. We will give you some tips so you don’t miss the most important attractions to see within the city:

Rome has almost 3,000 years of history so it can be helpful to start from the very beginning. Begin your visit from Palatine Hill (where the city was founded). From there, walk down to the ancient city centre, the Roman Forum, and after, the Colosseum. If you wish to, you can visit the Vatican Museums (make a reservation in advance) and later walk to St Peter’s Basilica. Get lost a bit in Trastevere and find yourself a good trattoria. Don’t miss Fontana di Trevi, the Pantheon and the Jewish Ghetto.

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