05 April 2023
ITA Airways in collaboration with Aeroporti di Roma and Trenitalia
"Rail + plane" : rail and air route with a combined ticket and a check-in already at the Rome Fiumicino station
ITA Airways towards an increasingly integrated and sustainable mobility: launching today is a new "rail + plane" product developed in cooperation with Aeroporti di Roma and Trenitalia. This new product offering allows passengers to simplify their travel experience by combining rail and air transport in a single ticket with check-in operation available at the dedicated counters of the Leonardo da Vinci Airport railway station in Fiumicino.
From today, thanks to Accesrail technology, it is possible to purchase flight and train connections with a single transaction and connect the main Italian cities served by the high-speed rail service Frecciarossa with Fiumicino Airport while comfortably switching from train to plane and vice versa.
In addition, thanks to the collaboration with Aeroporti di Roma (Rome, Italy), a dedicated ITA Airways Check-in desk is available starting today in Fiumicino Airport rail station for passengers arriving to the airport by train on a Frecciarossa, or a Leonardo Express in conjunction with a high-speed train to Roma Termini, who are continuing their trip to an international or intercontinental destinations in ITA Airways network. After the initial start-up phase, the partners will officially present the new product at the end of April.
Edited by editorial staff, Avion Tourism Magazine
Text source and photos: © ITA Airways Press Office
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