Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (in Italian: Aeroporto Leonardo da Vinci di Roma) (AITA code: FCO – ICAO code: LIRF), located in Fiumicino near Rome, is the main Italian airport and the capital. Ranked 47th in the world for passengers carried in 2017 (40,968,756), it is managed by Aeroporti di Roma (ADR S.p.A.), which since 1974 has been the concessionary company for the airport system of the Roman capital and which, in addition to Fiumicino, includes the Giovan Battista Pastine International Airport, located in Ciampino.
With a traffic of 43.5 million passengers in 2019 (excluding Rome-Ciampino airport) and more than 100 airlines flying to 230 airports that can be reached from Rome, Rome Airport ADR is the main airport company in Italy and the 6th in Europe (518 million euro consolidated turnover in 2003).
Among airports with traffic of more than 25 million passengers, it is considered the best airport in Europe for the second consecutive year1.
ADR also holds shares in Aeroporti di Genova S.p.A. (Genoa), Società Aeroportuale Calabrese S.p.A. (Calabria) and Acsa (Airports Company South Africa) (South Africa).