Rome Ciampino Airport (ICAO: LIRA, IATA: CIA) is a joint civilian, commercial and military airport in Rome, Italy. All travellers use one main terminal at Rome's second largest airport where several FBO's provide a comprehensive range of services. It was replaced by the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport for major international commercial flights. Rome Ciampino Airport's busiest day in 2018 was the 22nd June with 82 movements.
Rome Ciampino Airport is located 13 km southeast from the centre of Rome, just under 30 minutes drive
The Rome Ciampino Airport is name after Giovan Battista Pastine, an Italian airship pilot who served in World War I. It has over 668 connections with airports worldwide, 67 in Italy, 363 in Europe and 238 outside of Europe. Top destinations include France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Spain and Germany. It's top airport pairs include Milan Linate, Nice Cote d'Azur, Naples and Paris Le Bourget. Each year it has around 8000 departures and arrivals, totalling around 16000 movements. Its most active private aircraft include the Dassault Falcon 900, Piaggio-P-180 Avanti and the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS.