The city of Rome is served by three airports. The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the main international airport. Other two airports are Rome Ciampino Airport and Roma-Urbe Airport. Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is well-connected to cities across the world, such as Dublin, Moscow, Berlin, Beijing and many more, via international airlines such as Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Air China, etc. The airport is also connected to other Italian cities such as Florence, Venice, Milan, Naples, Pisa, etc., mostly by Alitalia, the national carrier of Italy.
Several cities in Italy are connected to Rome, by buses. Most of the intercity buses are run by local companies such as Autostradale, Busitalia, Baltour, etc. The British company Megabus (Europe) runs daily services to and from various cities in Italy such as Turin, Naples, Milan, Venice, etc.