A major fire at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport overnight led to closure of the airport and thousands of passengers being delayed. A spokeswoman at ENAC, the Italian civil aviation regulator, told ATW the fire started in the transit hall of Terminal 3, near shops. Media reports have suggested it began in a restaurant shortly after midnight, local time. Video from the scene showed flames leaping from around 20 meters (66 ft.) of the second floor of the terminal’s frontage. The ...

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