Cheap flights to Rome land at its two major international airports, Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino and G.B. Pastine - Ciampino. Leonardo da Vinci, located 35 km South West of Rome is the busiest airport while the smaller Ciampino lies 12 km South East of the city centre.
Who flies to Rome from the UK? Flights to Rome are served by a number of major airlines, including British Airways, Alitalia, Aer Lingus, Easyjet and Ryanair land at Fiumicino, while Pastine - Ciampino is served mainly by Ryanair and Wizz Air.
Which airports have direct flights to Rome? There are direct flights to Rome from many UK cities, including Manchester, Liverpool and London among others.
How far in advance to book flights to Rome? The best time to book flights to Rome in advance is about 2 months before your ideal date of departure.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book Rome flights? The cheapest time to book flights to Rome is in January. The most expensive month for flights to Rome is August.
What are the cheapest airlines for flights to Rome? Ryanair have the most frequent and cheapest flights to Rome from around the UK.
What are the main airports in Rome? There are two main airports in Rome. Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino (FCO) and Rome Pastine-Ciampino (CIA).
Which airlines land at Rome Fiumicino? As one of Europe's busiest airports, most flights to Rome land at Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino. Airlines which land here include Air France, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, Lufthansa and Ryanair flights from London Gatwick, London Stansted and Bristol airport.
How to get from Rome Fiumicino to Rome city centre? Getting from Rome Fiumicino to the city is an easy journey for passengers. From outside the airport, you can take the Trenitalia Leonardo Express, which provides a direct and fast link between Fiumicino and the city centre. The ticket price for the Leonardo Express Train is 14 euros for an adult, you can check out the complete train fare list on the Trenitalia website.
The journey takes 32 minutes and arrives at Roma-Termini, the city's main train station. From here, you can catch either the Metro Line A or B to the rest of the city. There is also a taxi rank outside the train station.
Which airlines land at Rome Pastine-Ciampino? Rome Pastine-Ciampino is Rome's secondary airport and is served by Ryanair and WizzAir.
How to get from Rome Pastine-Ciampino to the city centre? The easiest way to get from Rome Pastine-Ciampino to the city centre is with the Shuttle bus service. Several companies run the shuttle bus service (ATRAL, Terravision, SitShuttle) with each company charging between 4-6 euros one way. As each shuttle bus final destination is Roma-Termini station, located in the centre of Rome, it is recommended to catch the next bus leaving or you could be waiting for a while for a specific bus company.
The shuttle bus stops are found on the square outside the airport terminal. The bus journey duration can range between 58 minutes and 1 hour and 30 minutes, depending on traffic.