Antonio Catricalà


Born in Catanzaro in 1952, at the age of twenty-two he graduated with honours in Law in Rome. He worked an assistant to Professor Pietro Rescigno and studied economics, sociology, history and administration science at the Luigi Sturzo Institute in Rome. At the age of 24, he won the judiciary competition and passed the qualifying examination to practice law. He won competitions as State Attorney and, at the age of 27, as State Lawyer. He won the competition as State Councillor as of 1982. From 2006 to 2014, he was President of the State Council department. He chaired the IV College of the Central Tax Commission. As chairman and member of the management boards, he collaborated with the Legislative Office of Presidential Office of the Council of Ministers and was Head of Cabinet and legal advisor within the Ministries. He was Secretary General of the Authority for Guarantees in Communications and Secretary General of the Presidency of Council of Minister. He was Chairman of the Italian Competition and Market Authority. He was Under-Secretary of State to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and Deputy Minister of Economic Development. He was a contract professor at the Faculty of Law at Tor Vergata University of Rome, teaching private law and is also professor at the Law Faculty of LUISS Guido Carli in Rome, consumer rights. He is a Full Professor of Private Law at Universitas Mercatorum in Rome. He is registered in the Rome Register of Lawyers in Rome and is authorised to practice before the high courts.



Marco Troncone 

Chief Executive Officer

Born in Naples in 1971, Marco Troncone graduated in Chemical Engineering from Federico II University in Naples, before completing a Masters in Business Administration at SDA Bocconi. He started his career in Aeroporti di Roma in 2009, as a board member; he was appointed Head of Strategic Planning and Board Relations in 2011, and served as the Chief Financial Officer of the group from 2013 to 2018. In January 2019, Troncone became Atlantia’s Head of the Airports Business, coordinating the international assets and the developmental strategies of the holding in the airport sector. He is the CEO of Azzurra Aeroporti SpA and serves as Vice President of Aéroports de la Côte d'Azur, as well as board member of Aeroporto di Bologna SpA. Previously, Troncone worked in Italy and overseas in companies such as Sintonia SA and A.T. Kearney, gaining an extensive experience in strategy, corporate finance and infrastructures - with a particular focus on airports.

He has been appointed as CEO of Aeroporti di Roma in April 2020. 



Gian Luca Littarru 

Chief Operating Officer

Born in Austin (USA) in 1971, he graduated with distinction in Mechanical Engineering from the Sapienza University of Rome before completing a Master’s in Business Administration at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. From 1998 to 2007 he worked for the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a leading consulting firm in the corporate strategy sector. He then joined Whirlpool Corporation, where between 2008 and July 2015, he climbed the ranks in the product development, production, marketing and sales sectors until reaching the position of Vice President and General Manager of Refrigeration EMEA. In August 2015 he became Executive Director of Aeroporti di Roma and is in charge of managing airport operations, service quality, infrastructure development, commerce, and safety and environment.




Fabio Capozio 

Administration and Finance 

Born in Rome in 1960, he earned his Business Economics degree at the LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. He developed his career at Aeroporti di Roma, covering roles with increasing responsibility in the administrative and finance area. Beginning from the privatisation of the company, which took place in 2000, he managed all financing operations and followed the major special operations thanks to which the Group assumed its current corporate and financial structure. In particular, he took care of negotiation and management of the contract acquisition debt through leverage buy out in 2001, as well as the subsequent refinancing of the same in 2003 through securitisation and bond issuing guaranteed through monoline Ambac insurance. He followed various restructuring and “spin-off” projects of company branches that were originally part of Aeroporti di Roma, including those destined for subsequent sale. In 2012, he worked on establishing the first Euro Medium Term Notes (EMTN) bond issuing programme of the company, aimed at the inaugural issue of Aeroporti di Roma that took place the same year. In the area of the group, he also covered significant roles, including those indicated below:

  • CEO of Airport Invest BV until 2005
  • Director of ADR Advertising SpA from 2011 through 2013
  • Director of the “Prevaer” category Pension Fund
  • CEO of ADR Mobility (to the present)




Fausto Palombelli 

Aviation Development         

Born in 1958, he holds a degree in Business Administration from LUISS Guido Carli. He began his career in Hertz Italy where he became Head of Marketing then, from 1989 to 2004, he worked at Alitalia covering increasingly senior management positions: Executive Vice President Sales Italy, Executive Vice President Marketing and Head of Passenger Division. From 2002 to 2004 he was CEO of Alitalia Airport maintaining the position of Managing Director of Ground Operations at Alitalia. Later he has held several top management positions within SAGAT Group, the management company of Turin Airport: General Manager of Sagat Handling, General Manager-Accountable Manager, and Vice President Aviation & Traffic. Before joining our company, from 2011 to 2013 he was appointed CEO of SAGAT. Since 2013 he has been Aviation Marketing Development Director at Aeroporti di Roma where he currently holds the 




Emiliano Sorrenti 

Information and Communications Technology 

Born in Rome in 1971, he graduated in Computer Science from the Sapienza University of Rome. From 1996 to 2008 he worked in Andersen Consulting/Accenture, a world leader in technology consultancy. He held roles with increasing responsibility in the management complex innovation and digital transformation programs for European Media and Telecommunications companies. From 2009 to 2013 he worked for Vodafone Italia. He initially led the Online Technology team, taking on the responsibility of digitalising services and launching the first “mobile digital” services. He subsequently took on the responsibility of developing the company’s IT as the IT Solutions manager. From 2014 to 2016 he worked for Vodafone Romania. He took on the role of Chief Information Officer and helped the company achieve its digitalisation goals, from CRM services to technological platforms for network management. He has been acting as Digital Route Board Advisor since 2019. He is a member of the board of directors of several companies in the group




Giorgio Gregori 

Infrastructures Development 

Born in Terni in 1956, he graduated in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Bologna. He has been working in Aeroporti di Roma since 1989, where he was employed as a Project Manager. He has held various positions, with increasing roles and responsibilities, in the field of airport system and technical service development. From December 2009 he has acted as the company’s Head of Infrastructures Development. He is a member of the board of directors of several subsidiaries of the Group.






Ivan Bassato 

Airport Management                 

Born in Venice in 1971, he graduated in Transport Engineering from the University of Padua and followed the ETP Executive Transition Program at the ESMT – European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. He has always worked in the world of airport management and air transport. From 1997 to 2000 he worked as Project Engineer in NET S.p.A, a consultancy firm active in transport and infrastructure services. He landed the role of Airport Facilities Manager in SAB S.p.A., the company that manages Bologna airport, from 2001 to 2006. Subsequently, from 2006 to 2009, he worked at SAGAT S.p.A., the company that manages Turin airport, as Vice President of Operations. In 2009 he became the General Director of Operations and Accountable Manager for Air Dolomiti, a position that he held until May 2015. From June 2015 he has been the Head of Airport Management at Aeroporti di Roma, as well as a member of the board of directors of some Group companies.