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Top Deals on Flights from Rome (FCO)

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Rome (ROM) - Catania (CTA)

Departure 04/09/2020
Return 13/09/2020
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Rome (ROM) - Palermo (PMO)

Departure 21/09/2020
Return 27/09/2020
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Rome (ROM) - Olbia (OLB)

Departure 01/09/2020
Return 15/09/2020
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Rome (ROM) - Cagliari (CAG)

Departure 25/07/2020
Return 05/08/2020
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Rome (FCO) - Catania (CTA)

Departure 12/09/2020
Return 18/09/2020
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Rome (FCO) - Palermo (PMO)

Departure 03/09/2020
Return 08/09/2020
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Rome ROM - Catania (CTA)

Departure 13/07/2020
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Rome ROM - Palermo (PMO)

Departure 12/07/2020
Return 14/07/2020
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Rome ROM - Olbia (OLB)

Departure 18/07/2020
Return 21/07/2020
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Rome ROM - Cagliari (CAG)

Departure 14/07/2020
Return 18/07/2020
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Rome FCO - Catania (CTA)

Departure 19/07/2020
Return 25/07/2020
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Rome FCO - Palermo (PMO)

Departure 12/07/2020
Return 16/07/2020
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Traveling from Rome (FCO)

Explore the world in style aboard one of Alitalia’s contemporary jetliners on your flight from Rome. Host to over 140 of the world’s youngest and most modern commercial aircraft, Alitalia’s fleet offers passengers unsurpassed safety and comfort during their travels.

Major airports in Rome

Italy’s largest airport, Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport (FCO), serves as Alitalia’s primary hub within the city of Rome. Located 35 kilometers from the capital city center, just outside the town of Fiumicino, Leonardo da Vinci airport sees nearly 39 million passengers cross through its gates each year.

Getting to the airport in Rome

Travelers can easily find a train to Leonardo da Vinci Airport via the Fiumicino Aeroporto railway station, which directly connects the airport terminal to Roma Termini Station. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. The facility is also connected to the capital by a 6-lane motorway, providing convenient bus or taxi service to Leonardo da Vinci Airport.