Rome: Rome’s Fiumicino airport is once again connected by train to the city’s central station Termini with the return of the Leonardo Express non-stop shuttles.
The service, which had been suspended for more than three months due to the covid-19 emergency, resumed on June 29, reports Italian news agency ANSA.
Rome’s Ciampino airport resumes scheduled flights
The trains run every hour and the journey takes 32 minutes, with the first shuttle leaving Termini at 05.35 and the last leaving at 22.35.
The first Leonardo Express leaves Fiumicino in the direction of Termini at 06.35 with the last train departing at 23.23.
The express service will operate a total of 36 train journeys each day, compared to the 126 journeys it operated before the coronavirus emergency.