Press releases

 

 
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26 November 2020
Fiumicino will be the first airport in Europe to activate “Covid-tested” safe air corridors, on flights coming from US

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25 November 2020
The placement of the first Green Bond for the Airports of Rome, with requests for over 12 times the offer, ended successfully, dedicated to institutional investors.

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17 November 2020
Troncone: “The Best Airport award testifies to the virtuous path that has made Fiumicino the most recognised airport in the world in the fight against Covid-19. It is a new milestone in ADR's strategy, which is increasingly oriented towards excellence in services, sustainability and innovation”. Aeroporti di Roma is now committed to defining a new travel procedure to ensure even greater safety for passengers by carrying out rapid tests for departing international flights.

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22 October 2020
This initiative, which has involved artists from all over the world, is part of a project aimed at enhancing the architecture at the Leonardo da Vinci airport.

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5 October 2020
SUSTAINABILITY: ADR JOINS THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT

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23 September 2020
ANTI-COVID test obligation also extended to passengers arriving from Paris and certain regions in France

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11 September 2020
Another important international recognition for Fiumicino airport in the fight against the spread of Covid-19.

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2 September 2020
CORONAVIRUS: FROM 1 SEPTEMBER, THE LARGEST COVID-19 TEST DRIVE-IN CENTRE IN THE LAZIO REGION IS OPEN AT THE LONG STAY CAR PARK AT FIUMICINO AIRPORT

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21 August 2020
Recognition of Aeroporti di Roma's commitment to the health and well-being of travellers and staff

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17 August 2020
Fiumicino, 14 August 2020 – With reference to the order of the Health Minister, Roberto Speranza, dated 12 August 2020, Aeroporti di Roma reminds passengers that, for the time being, those arriving from Croatia, Greece, Malta and Spain who do not have a certificate for an eligible test performed within 72 hours prior entering Italy, with a negative result, will be able to undergo the test at the reference local health authority within 48 hours of entering Italy: in this regard, please refer to the general instructions of the Lazio Region COVID-19 Crisis Unit, providing a list of operational drive-in centres.