Survey by eDreams ranks Rome's Ciampino as second worst in world.
Rome's Fiumicino airport has been listed in the top ten best airports in the world, in ninth place, according to the eighth edition of an annual survey by online travel agency eDreams.
The survey, which ranks the best and worst airports in the world, is based on 50,000 reviews by passengers whose criteria includes airport services as well as restaurants, waiting areas and shopping facilities.
The survey was less favourable towards Rome's second airport, Ciampino, which was listed among the five worst airports in the world, coming in second place after Casablanca in Morocco.
The result of the survey is welcome news for Fiumicino which was recently voted world's best for quality of services as well as the world's most improved airport.
Singapore Changi was rated best in the world, followed by Zurich and Istanbul Atatürk. The full list of the ten best and five worst airports in the world can be found on the eDreams website.