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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 14 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Venice|
|Flights arrive in:||Rome|
|Airlines:||Alitalia Cityliner, Alitalia, Tunis Air|
Those wishing to visit Italy's historic capital city have plenty of choice when booking flights. Direct Venice to Rome flights are offered all year round, with departure times spread throughout the day. Passengers can choose from five to six flights each day, offered by Italian carrier Alitalia. With flight times as little as 1 hour and 5 minutes, the journey from Venice to Rome is almost a commute.
Whilst direct Venice to Rome flights are only offered by Alitalia, it is by no means under serviced. With five to six departures per day, including weekends, flights times are spread throughout the day allowing passengers to be flexible with their plans upon arrival. Service regularity continues throughout the winter months.
The flight from Venice to Rome is a very short one. Most flights cross the 412 km in just over one hour. A Venice to Rome flight is a good alternative to the train.
Frequent, direct flights are offered throughout the year. Passengers can expect to choose from five to six departure times per day, all serviced by Italian carrier Alitalia. Service does not decrease, regardless of season. Flights land at Rome Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, giving travelers easy access onwards to central Rome, just 22 km away.