This Route is Operated by:
Meridiana, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Lv, Primera Air, TAP Portugal, WOW Air
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
15 hours 58 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||New York|
|Flights arrive in:||Rome|
|Airlines:||Norwegian Air Shuttle, Aeroflot, TAP Portugal|
Plenty of New York to Rome flights depart on a daily basis, so anyone seeking to make the journey will not be short of options. Airlines flying the route include American carriers like Delta, United and American Airlines, along with Alitalia, Lufthansa and British Airways. A direct flight will take approximately 8 hours 30 minutes. Departure times vary, but generally there will be a mid-afternoon flight, along with an evening service. No very early or late night departures are scheduled, making it easy to get to either JFK or Newark when required.
Most New York to Rome flights leave from New York's JFK airport. To reach JFK from the centre of New York, take the LIRR train from Penn Station and transfer to the Airtrain at Jamaica station. The journey should take around 45 minutes in total. Newark Airport is about 16 miles south of the city, and there is an express bus service from Penn Station or the Port Authority Bus Terminal, which will take about 45 minutes and is the cheapest option for those catching new York to Rome Flights. Amtrak trains also make the journey, taking around 20 minutes.
Rome is an architectural delight, a site of pilgrimage, a fascinating trove of ancient ruins and a lively modern city all in one package. Anyone catching New York to Rome flights will arrive at Fiumicino Airport, just to the south-west of the city near the Mediterranean coast. A direct train called the Leonardo Express links the airport to Roma Termini in 30 minutes, while Terravision also offer a regular (but slower) shuttle bus which meets all arrivals.