Rome to reopen Ciampino airport as Italy eases lockdown

Florence airport to reopen in addition to Ciampino.

Rome's second airport, Ciampino, is to reopen on Monday 4 May as Italy enters Phase Two of the coronavirus emergency.

The airport, home to several low-cost airlines most notably Ryanair, has been closed since 12 March, two days after the nationwide lockdown came into effect.

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Ciampino will reopen together with the Peretola airport in Florence, following an order signed jointly by Italy's minsters for transport and health.

Both airports will resume full operations from 4 May "to meet the increased traffic needs and at the same time allow the testing of a covid-19 screening system", according to a statement released by Italy's transport ministry.

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Rome to reopen Ciampino airport as Italy eases lockdown

00178 Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy