The situation is getting better at the Airport of Rome after the fire that destroyed the Terminal 3. ADR announced, “Belfor society started working on the area, they are the number one in disaster recovery”. Belfor responded saying, “workers will be on duty 24/7, there is an improvement in the whole area hit by the fire, soon we will remove all the burnt building”. Hence, passengers will be able to use the area in a week. This morning about 250 flights took off and landed”.
Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) reassured everyone announcing that the “airport is getting better and the terminal partially reopened for check-ins” thanks to the work done overnight. President Vito Riggio encouraged passengers to get in touch with companies to be sure that their flight is not cancelled.
Transaltion provided by Mary Ann D’Costa