Rome

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ShermansTravel experts map out your travel route to get you to your vacation spot as quickly and easily as possible. We painstakingly research the airports and airlines servicing your destination – as well as any train, bus, or ferry options – so getting there is as simple as a jaunt across town.

Getting to Rome

Airports

Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport, otherwise known as Fiumicino (FCO) is one of the busiest in the world and serves most international flights. Rome Ciampino (CIA) also hosts discount carriers, mainly from Europe.

Airlines

Major U.S. carriers – United, Delta – and a wide range of international carriers like British Airways serve FCO. This airport is the base and hub for Alitalia flights worldwide.

Flight Times

8 hours non-stop from the East Coast; 13 hours non-stop from the West Coast.

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