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Eurowings, Alitalia, Aigle Azur, Ryanair, JOON, Vueling
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 11 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Paris|
|Flights arrive in:||Rome|
|Airlines:||openskies, Ryanair, Vueling, Air France, easyJet|
Direct flights from Paris to Rome leave from both major Parisian airports (Charles de Gaulle in the north and Orly to the south) and land at Rome Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci). With a wide range of direct and indirect flight options, travelers can expect to reach the Italian capital in as little as 1 hour 55 minutes.
Direct flights are offered by a fairly select group of airlines, including Vueling, Air France and Alitalia. EasyJet offers daily direct flights from Paris Orly to Rome Fiumicino. Indirect flights are offered by a broader range of airlines, including Lufthansa (for stopovers in Frankfurt) and Swiss (for stopovers in Zurich).
Direct flights from Paris to Rome tend to take around 2 hours. Depending on the service, easyJet provides one of the absolute fastest flight times, at 1 hour 55 minutes. Indirect flights, of course, can take much longer. However, on a typical weekday, there are upwards of 50 one-stop services which can reach Rome from Paris in fewer than 6 hours. The fastest indirect flights take roughly 3 hours 30 minutes, and require a changeover in Florence or Milan.
There are usually around 15 – 25 direct flights from Paris to Rome daily. EasyJet offers up to 3 services per day on this route. There are dozens of indirect flights to choose from; upwards of 70 on a typical day.
Departure airports: Paris: Charles de Gaulle (CDG) offers excellent connections, via the RER B train line and the Roissybus, to the Parisian bus and rail networks. Other flights leave from Orly (ORY), around 8 miles south of the city. Orly also provides access to the city center via the RER B trains (at nearby Antony station) and ‘Le Bus Direct’ coach service. Both airports have a wide range of shopping and restaurant facilities and offer free Wi-Fi.
: Arrival airports: Rome: Rome’s main airport is Fiumicino, to the west of the city. Regular bus connections to the city center with the COTRAL line are available from Terminal 2. Alternatively, the Leonardo Express offers regular fast connections by rail to the central train station (Rome Termini). Fiumicino offers super-fast free Wi-Fi (with the download of the airport app) and a range of personal assistance services.