This Route is Operated by:
Spirit Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, WOW Air
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
17 hours 27 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Chicago|
|Flights arrive in:||Rome|
|Airlines:||Alitalia, Southwest Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways, TAP Portugal, Asiana, Turkish Airlines, frontier airlines|
Chicago to Rome flights cross the vast distance of 7736 km in only 9.5 hours. Several airlines make this journey every day, leaving from Chicago O'Hare International Airport and arriving at Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. There are a few direct Chicago to Rome flights to choose from, which arrive in Rome in just over 9 hours. Both airports are located several kilometres outside the central city areas.
Although Chicago O'Hare International Airport is situated 30 minutes away from Downtown Chicago, there are various modes of transport to reach the airport. Travellers planning to leave on Chicago to Rome flights can choose to ride on the rapid transit train service (CTA) that runs direct to O’Hare Airport, taking only 45 minutes to reach the airport. Another option for travellers on Chicago to Rome flights is the Metra Rail system, which runs from the Downtown area to the airport on the North Central Service. The Pace suburban bus also provides various routes to the airport.
The ancient city of Rome is an enticing destination for travellers on Chicago to Rome flights, as the Italian capital is renowned for its ancient Roman monuments, like the Colosseum, unique architecture and great artistic works. Visitors on Chicago to Rome flights arrive at one of Europe’s busiest airports, Fiumicino, which is situated 35 km from the centre of Rome. Transfers into the city are fast, provided by the Leonardo Express, which runs into the city centre every 30 minutes. The Terravision Shuttle Bus service also makes the journey seven times per day, making the distance in about 70 minutes. Alternatively, passengers on Chicago to Rome flights can opt to take a white taxi into the city.