Aeroporti di Roma’s Master Plan requires EUR12 billion in investments
Aeroporti di Roma (AdR) has presented its final Master Plan for the development to 2044 of Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO), at an eye-watering cost of EUR12 billion, a figure that might at first be considered more appropriate to an IMF bailout. But it is a mammoth development, intended to put Rome, capital of what is still the world’s eighth largest economy, back on the global air map. [1708 words]
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- Rome’s southern European hub status lost to Madrid
- Traffic growing in emerging markets
- Short-term passenger gain of five million by 2016 if planning agreement approved by year-end
Graphs and data:
- Rome Fiumicino Airport scheduled network summary as at 05-Aug-2012
- Rome Fiumicino Airport capacity by carrier (seats per week): 30-Jul-2012 to 05-Aug-2012
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