Italy’s capital city could ‘lose’ an airport as authorities mull change
Air access to Rome faces greater constraint if the regional authorities decide to shut Ciampino, a move being considered to bolster Fiumicino as the city’s main airport. Ciampino is used now by both the Italian military and several low-cost operators, including Ryanair and EasyJet. The authorities are offering an alternative site for the budget carriers, but it is nearly four times as far from the city as the present location. These operators are being successful in drawing customers ...
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