The best way to find a cheap flight ticket from Rome to Buenos Aires is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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Of the 9 flights that leave Rome for Buenos Aires every day 9 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||6913 miles (11150 km)|
|Average flight duration||16 h 55 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$1,122 (€1,011)|
|Airlines||latam airlines group, Air Europa, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air Canada, Ethiopian Airlines, Air France, Iberia, ITA, KLM, Lufthansa or Vueling|
Flights from Rome to Buenos Aires cover the 6913 miles (11150 km) long route taking on average 16 h 55 min with our travel partners like latam airlines group, Air Europa, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air Canada, Ethiopian Airlines, Air France, Iberia, ITA, KLM, Lufthansa or Vueling. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this trip for as low as $1,019 (€918), but the average price of plane tickets is $1,122 (€1,011). Travelers depart most frequently from Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport and arrive in Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini.
Travel between Rome and Buenos Aires from $1,019 (€918) with Omio’s flight partners Air Europa, Air France and KLM! You can find the best schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the most affordable journey for you.
Flights from Rome to Buenos-Aires are guaranteed every day: from Monday to Sunday there are 2 flights from Fiumicino airport. The journey takes about 14 hours and 25 minutes in the case of departure around 19:00, 14 hours in the case of departure around 21:45.
The airline that provides flights from Rome to Buenos-Aires is Aerolineas Argentinas; sometimes, however, the flights are operated by Alitalia. Departure is in the late afternoon and in the evening. Alternatively, Aireuropa and Iberia offer a connection with stopovers in Madrid and Barcelona respectively.
The air trip from Rome to Buenos-Aires takes an average of 14 hours, regardless of departure. The connections that provide 1 stopover last many hours, but may be less than 19 hours: this is the case of the company Aireuropa and Iberia that make a journey of 18 hours.
Every day are guaranteed 2 evening departures from Rome Fiumicino with destination airport Minister Pestarini in Buenos-Aires. To these alternatives are added at least 4 connections with stopovers in Spain within the total of 18 hours. Departure is always in the afternoon or evening.
Leonardo da Vinci Airport in Fiumicino: The airport is 30 km from Rome. The center can be reached by regional train FL1 or Leonardo Express, in about half an hour. Departures are every 15 minutes. You can also use the public bus service Cotral or the shuttles Terravision, Sit Bus Shuttle and Atral Schiaffini. At the airport there are shopping areas, duty free, cafeterias, pharmacy, bank, free Wi-Fi, post office, large parking lot.
Buenos-Aires Airport Minister Pestarini: Also known as Ezeiza International Airport, is located about 27 km southeast of the Argentine city. It can be reached by numerous public bus lines, such as 8, 51, 394 and 518. The alternative is constituted by taxis or characteristic remis, private cars without taximeter. In the airport there are shops, cafes, dining areas, VIP lounges, car rental, ATM service and currency exchange, airport police office, free Wi-Fi thanks to the line AA_2000, parking. There are no internal hotels.
Flight prices can fluctuate massively. However, we have studied price trends to help you find cheap flights from Rome to Buenos Aires and save as much as possible on ticket prices. In general, when you book a flight:
Flights from Rome to Buenos Aires generally leave from Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport and arrive in Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport is 27.9 km away from Rome city centre and Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini is 31.7 km from Buenos Aires city centre.
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