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Flights to Rome

Flights to Rome from the UK

Which Rome airport do flights land in?

Flights to Rome from the UK most commonly land at Leonardo da Vinci Airport, 19 miles (30km) southwest of central Rome.

Are there direct flights between the UK and Rome?

There are direct flights to Rome from a number of airports in the UK.

How long is the flight from London to Rome?

The flight from London to Rome takes about three and a half hours.

What is the time difference between London and Rome?

Rome is one hour ahead of London time.

Which airlines fly to Rome from the UK?

British Airways, Norwegian, Alitalia and easyJet offer direct flights to Rome from London. Ryanair has direct flights to Rome from the East Midlands, Manchester, Glasgow, London and Edinburgh. Jet2 flies to Rome from Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow. Monarch has direct flights to Rome from Birmingham, London and Leeds.


Flights to Rome from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and Rome?

There are direct flights to Rome from a number of airports in the US.

How long is the flight from New York to Rome?

A direct flight from New York to Rome takes between eight and nine hours.

What is the time difference between New York and Rome?

Rome is six hours ahead of New York time.

Which airlines fly to Rome from the US?

Delta flies direct to Rome from New York, Chicago, Miami, Boston, Detroit and Atlanta. Alitalia flies to Rome direct from New York, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and Boston. Iberia offers direct flights to Rome from New York and Chicago, and United offers direct flights from New York and Washington. US Airways flies direct to Rome from Charlotte and Philadelphia.


Airports in Rome

Rome Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) Airport(FCO)

The airport is 19 miles (30km) southwest of central Rome.

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Giovan Battista Pastine Airport(CIA)

The airport is situated nine miles (15km) southeast of Rome.

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