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Some Q's about Rome airport

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I'll be flying from the US to Rome on AA, in business class, and then on to Florence on Alitalia, in coach. It's on two separate tickets.

I have a six hour layover. Will my boarding pass from the arriving flight allow me into the lounge? From what I read, it sounds like maybe the lounge is only for departing passengers.

If I can't get into the lounge, and want to go somewhere during the layover, like Ostia Antica (which I think is quite close), is it possible to store my luggage in the airport?

And speaking of luggage, is it better (or even possible) to check my luggage all the way from the US to Florence instead of to Rome? I think I've done such a thing before, but it's been many years.

And, if I can't get into the lounge, and don't want to leave the airport, is there enough in the airport to keep me from dying of boredom during the layover?

Thanks for any information and advice.


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