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Ryanair changes Terminal in Rome Fiumicino

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Ryanair680Ryanair announced that all of its Rome Fiumicino flights will move from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 from Tuesday, 28th June next. All Ryanair customers due to depart from Rome Fiumicino should continue to use Terminal 3 up to and including Monday, 27th June, and then use Terminal 2 from Tuesday, 28th June.

Ryanair’s Rome Fiumicino summer 2016 schedule includes 18 routes, with 3 new routes Alicante, Kos and Malta, and extra flights to Barcelona, Bari, Brussels and Palermo, which will deliver 3.8m customers at Rome Fiumincino Airport this year, and support almost 3,000 on-site jobs.

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said, “As part of our continuing customer experience improvements under our “Always Getting Better” programme, we are pleased to announce that we will move all of our Rome Fiumincino flights from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2, from Tuesday, 28th June. All Ryanair customers departing from Rome Fiumicino should use Terminal 2 from next Tuesday, 28th June, and we look forward to continuing to grow traffic, routes and jobs at Rome Fiumicino Airport.”

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