This Route is Operated by:
Blue Air, Eurowings, Meridiana, Ryanair, Iberia, TAP Portugal, Vueling, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
4 hours 47 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Rome|
|Flights arrive in:||London|
|Airlines:||Alitalia, Ryanair, TAP Portugal, Vueling, British Airways, easyJet|
Flying between Rome and London is simple and fast. Direct flights leave Rome for the British capital about 30 times per day in summer, and the flight takes around two and a half hours to complete. London's airports have a wide range of facilities and excellent transport connections by train into the city center, while Rome Airport is also well-integrated with the city and has a variety of amenities for passengers to use.
Several airlines operate flights from London to Rome, including Ryanair and Iberia. One of the other main providers of flights on this route is easyJet. Indirect flights are provided by a range of airlines, including Alitalia, Swiss and Air France, and usually include a stopover in one of their respective hub cities.
A direct flight from Rome to London lasts around two hours and thirty-five minutes, although this varies based on the airline and the arrival airport. EasyJet flights to London Gatwick, for example, usually take two hours and forty minutes to complete. The fastest one-stop services take as little as 3 hours 50 minutes to reach London.
Direct flights for London leave Rome around 30 times a day in summer, and around 20 in winter. Of these flights, around four tend to be operated by easyJet. There is a wealth of indirect flights between the cities, with upwards of sixty daily services reaching London in fewer than 8 hours during summer.
Departure airport: Rome Reaching Rome's Fiumicino Airport from the city center is quick and convenient. Passengers can take the Leonardo Express Airport train, which takes around 30 minutes, and leaves the Roma Termini once every fifteen minutes. The airport itself has a range of features such as shopping outlets and free Wi-Fi.
Arrival airports: London Passengers waiting in London’s various airports will find a range of modern facilities, including attractive bars and restaurants for pre-flight relaxation, free Wi-Fi (unlimited at Heathrow) for business or personal use, and a range of car rental opportunities. And with major train services like the Gatwick Express, Thameslink and Heathrow Express connecting the airports with the city center, passengers will be able to reach central London within an hour.