The Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport was rated the Best Airport in Europe with more than 40 million passengers for the sixth year in a row, according to Wanted in Rome.
The award was presented by the Airports Council International (ACI), an international organization of airport authorities that interviews passengers to measure airport quality standards in more than 350 airports around the world. The most recent award marks the first time in ACI’s history that the same airport has won the top prize six years in a row, according to Wanted in Rome.
The Fiumicino Airport is no stranger to awards. Take a look below at the airport’s other distinctions awarded based on its facilities, staff, security detail, retail opportunities, health and hygiene protocols, and more.
For more information, including a more in-depth explanation of each individual award, please visit Fiumicino Airport’s awards webpage.
Asia London Palomba
Asia London Palomba is a trilingual freelance journalist from Rome, Italy. In the past, her work on culture, travel, and history has been published in The Boston Globe, Atlas Obscura, The Christian Science Monitor, and Grub Street, New York Magazine's food section. In her free time, Asia enjoys traveling home to Italy to spend time with family and friends, drinking Hugo Spritzes, and making her nonna's homemade cavatelli.