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Direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO)

Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport - Airport code: FCO

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Non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO)

Last updated on: 10-24-2020

Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport is the largest airport in Italy. It is Italy's main international airport. In total there are 176 airports around the world that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino), spread around 165 cities in 67 countries. Currently, there are 23 domestic flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

Rome (Fiumicino) is mainly known for sightseeing & culture and sports.

Most tourists that come to Rome (Fiumicino) visit one of the following sights:

  • Colosseum
  • Pantheon
  • St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican
  • Vatican Museum

This month, there are 1,925 flights arriving at Rome (Fiumicino) Airport, which are 64 flights per day or 3 flights per hour. On an average day, there is at least 1 flight arriving every 20 minutes.

The most frequently departed flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are routes from Catania (CTA) in Italy and Palermo (PMO), also in Italy. These two routes together are operated 329 times this month, and make up for 17% of all monthly arrivals at Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport.

The longest flight to Rome (Fiumicino) FCO is departing from Buenos Aires (EZE). This non-stop flight takes around 14 hours and 25 minutes and covers a distance of 6,931 miles (11,155 km).

List of all direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

Below you can find a list of all cities and countries that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino), ordered by popularity.

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Currently, there are 80 airlines that fly to Rome (Fiumicino). Most flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are operated by Alitalia, as they connect 76 airports to FCO. That’s around 3 times as much as Vueling, the second biggest airline in terms of operated flight routes to Rome (Fiumicino). Below you can find a list of airlines that operate most FCO flights:

Business class flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 62 airports that have flights to Rome (Fiumicino) in Business Class. All airports that offer business class flights to FCO are listed below:

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First class flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a luxurious flight, there's a total of 2 airports to choose from that have flights to FCO in First Class.

Intercontinental flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

Rome (Fiumicino) is well connected to lots of airports around the world.

These are all non-stop intercontinental flights to Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport (FCO), as of October 2020:

Non-stop flights from the US to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), year-round flights from New York City (JFK), seasonal flights from San Francisco (SFO) and Washington (IAD).

American AirlinesAmerican Airlines (Oneworld): seasonal flights from Chicago (ORD), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), New York City (JFK) and Philadelphia (PHL).

DeltaDelta (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Atlanta (ATL) and year-round flights from New York City (JFK).

United AirlinesUnited Airlines (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from New York (EWR) and Washington (IAD).

Non-stop flights from Canada to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Toronto (YYZ).

Air CanadaAir Canada (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Montreal (YUL) and Toronto (YYZ).

Air TransatAir Transat: seasonal flights from Montreal (YUL) and Toronto (YYZ).

WestJetWestJet: seasonal flights from Calgary (YYC).

Non-stop flights from South America to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Buenos Aires (EZE), Rio de Janeiro (GIG) and São Paulo (GRU).

Aerolineas ArgentinasAerolineas Argentinas (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Buenos Aires (EZE).

Non-stop flights from Central America to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Mexico City (MEX).

NeosNeos: seasonal flights from Cancún (CUN).

Non-stop flights from the Caribbean to Rome (Fiumicino)

NeosNeos: seasonal flights from La Romana (LRM).

Blue PanoramaBlue Panorama: seasonal flights from Havana (HAV) and year-round flights from Santiago de Cuba (SCU).

Non-stop flights from Africa to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Algiers (ALG), year-round flights from Cairo (CAI), seasonal flights from Casablanca (CMN), year-round flights from Tunis (TUN) and seasonal flights from Johannesburg (JNB).

Air AlgerieAir Algerie: year-round flights from Algiers (ALG).

NeosNeos: seasonal flights from Marsa Alam (RMF), Sharm el-Sheikh (SSH), Mombasa (MBA), Nosy Be (NOS), Zanzibar (ZNZ), Boa Vista (BVC) and Sal, Cape Verde (SID).

EgyptairEgyptair (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Cairo (CAI).

Royal Air MarocRoyal Air Maroc (Oneworld): year-round flights from Casablanca (CMN).

TunisairTunisair: year-round flights from Tunis (TUN).

Blue PanoramaBlue Panorama: seasonal flights from Mombasa (MBA) and year-round flights from Zanzibar (ZNZ).

Kenya AirwaysKenya Airways (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Nairobi (NBO).

Ethiopian AirlinesEthiopian Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Addis Ababa (ADD).

Non-stop flights from the Middle-East / Western Asia to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Tel Aviv (TLV) and Beirut (BEY).

EL ALEL AL: seasonal flights from Tel Aviv (TLV).

RyanairRyanair: seasonal flights from Tel Aviv (TLV).

Middle EastMiddle East (SkyTeam): year-round flights from Beirut (BEY).

NeosNeos: seasonal flights from Salalah (SLL).

Saudi ArabianSaudi Arabian (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Jeddah (JED) and Riyadh (RUH).

Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Istanbul (IST) and seasonal flights from Istanbul (Sabiha) (SAW).

PegasusPegasus: seasonal flights from Istanbul (Sabiha) (SAW).

EmiratesEmirates: year-round flights from Dubai (DXB).

Etihad AirwaysEtihad Airways: seasonal flights from Abu Dhabi (AUH).

Kuwait AirwaysKuwait Airways: seasonal flights from Kuwait City (KWI).

Qatar AirwaysQatar Airways (Oneworld): year-round flights from Doha (DOH).

Royal JordanianRoyal Jordanian (Oneworld): year-round flights from Amman (AMM).

Non-stop flights from India / South Asia to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from New Delhi (DEL) and Malé (MLE).

Air IndiaAir India (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from New Delhi (DEL).

NeosNeos: seasonal flights from Malé (MLE).

Iran AirIran Air: year-round flights from Tehran (IKA).

Non-stop flights from China to Rome (Fiumicino)

Air ChinaAir China (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Beijing (PEK) and Hangzhou (HGH).

China SouthernChina Southern (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Guangzhou (CAN) and Wuhan (WUH).

China EasternChina Eastern (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Shanghai (PVG).

Non-stop flights from Japan to Rome (Fiumicino)

AlitaliaAlitalia is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Japan to Rome (Fiumicino). They fly seasonal from Tokyo (HND) and Tokyo (NRT).

Non-stop flights from East Asia to Rome (Fiumicino)

Asiana AirlinesAsiana Airlines (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Seoul (ICN).

Korean AirKorean Air (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Seoul (ICN).

Cathay PacificCathay Pacific (Oneworld): seasonal flights from Hong Kong (HKG).

China AirlinesChina Airlines (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Taipei (TPE).

Non-stop flights from South-East Asia to Rome (Fiumicino)

Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Singapore (SIN).

Thai AirwaysThai Airways (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Bangkok (BKK).

Non-stop flights from Central Asia to Rome (Fiumicino)

Currently there are no direct services from Central Asia to Rome (Fiumicino), you will need to change planes along the way.

Non-stop flights from Australia / New Zealand / Oceania / the Pacific to Rome (Fiumicino)

Currently there are no direct services from Oceania to Rome (Fiumicino), you will need to change planes along the way.

International flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

Albania
Flights from Albania to Rome (Fiumicino)

Tirana is the only city in Albania with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Tirana, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam).

Algeria
Flights from Algeria to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Algeria, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Algiers. From Algiers, you can fly non-stop with Air Algerie or Alitalia (SkyTeam).

Argentina
Flights from Argentina to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Argentina that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Buenos Aires. From Buenos Aires, you can fly non-stop with Aerolineas Argentinas (SkyTeam) or Alitalia (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in December.

Austria
Flights from Austria to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Austria, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Vienna. From Vienna, direct flights are offered by Austrian (Star Alliance), Ryanair and Wizz Air.

Belarus
Flights from Belarus to Rome (Fiumicino)

Minsk is the only city in Belarus with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Minsk, direct flights are offered by Belavia.

Belgium
Flights from Belgium to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Belgium that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Brussels. From Brussels, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Brussels Airlines (Star Alliance) and Ryanair.

Brazil
Flights from Brazil to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 2 airports in Brazil that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, you can fly with Alitalia (SkyTeam).

Bulgaria
Flights from Bulgaria to Rome (Fiumicino)

Sofia is the only city in Bulgaria with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Sofia, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Bulgaria Air.

Canada
Flights from Canada to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from Canada to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 3 airports to choose from.

From Calgary, direct flights are offered by WestJet. This is a seasonal route that started in May and ends in September.
From Montreal, you can fly non-stop with Air Canada (Star Alliance) or Air Transat. This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Toronto, direct flights are offered by Air Canada (Star Alliance), Air Transat and Alitalia (SkyTeam). This route is recently announced though, and not operational yet. It will start in October 2020.

Cape Verde
Flights from Cape Verde to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Cape Verde, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Boa Vista and Sal, Cape Verde, you can fly with Neos.

China
Flights from China to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from China to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 5 airports to choose from.

From Beijing, direct flights are offered by Air China (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.
From Guangzhou, the only airline with direct flights is China Southern (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Hangzhou, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Air China (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Shanghai, the only airline with direct flights is China Eastern (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.
From Wuhan, direct flights are offered by China Southern (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Croatia
Flights from Croatia to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 3 airports in Croatia that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Dubrovnik and Split, you can fly with Croatia Airlines (Star Alliance) and Vueling.
From Zadar, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.

Cuba
Flights from Cuba to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Cuba, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Havana and Santiago de Cuba, you can fly with Blue Panorama.

Czechia
Flights from Czechia to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Czechia, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Prague. From Prague, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Czech Airlines (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Denmark
Flights from Denmark to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Denmark that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Copenhagen. From Copenhagen, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).

Dominican Republic
Flights from Dominican Republic to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Dominican Republic, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is La Romana. From La Romana, direct flights are offered by Neos. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Egypt
Flights from Egypt to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 3 airports in Egypt that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Cairo, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Egyptair (Star Alliance).
From Marsa Alam and Sharm el-Sheikh, you can fly with Neos.

Ethiopia
Flights from Ethiopia to Rome (Fiumicino)

Addis Ababa is the only city in Ethiopia with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Addis Ababa, direct flights are offered by Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance).

Finland
Flights from Finland to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Finland that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Helsinki. From Helsinki, you can fly non-stop with Finnair (Oneworld) or Norwegian.

France
Flights from France to Rome (Fiumicino)

In France there are several airports with flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (9 in total).

From Lourdes / Tarbes, direct flights are offered by AlbaStar.
From Lyon, you can fly non-stop with Air France (SkyTeam) or easyJet.
From Marseille, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Ryanair.
From Montpellier, the only airline with direct flights is Transavia.
From Nantes, you can fly non-stop with easyJet or Transavia.
From Nice, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or easyJet.
From Paris, direct flights are offered by Air France (SkyTeam), Alitalia (SkyTeam) and Vueling.
From Paris (Orly), you can fly non-stop with easyJet or Vueling.
From Toulouse, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or easyJet. This route is not operational yet but will start in December.

Germany
Flights from Germany to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Germany there are several airports with flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (8 in total).

From Berlin, direct flights are offered by easyJet. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.
From Berlin Tegel, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or easyJet. This route is recently announced though, and not operational yet. It will start in October 2020.
From Cologne-Bonn and Düsseldorf, you can fly with Eurowings.
From Frankfurt, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Lufthansa (Star Alliance).
From Hamburg, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Eurowings.
From Munich, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Lufthansa (Star Alliance).
From Stuttgart, the only airline with direct flights is Eurowings.

Greece
Flights from Greece to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Greece there are several airports with flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (9 in total).

From Athens, you can fly non-stop with Aegean (Star Alliance) or Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From Corfu (Kerkyra), the only airline with direct flights is Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Heraklion (Crete), you can fly non-stop with Neos or Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Kefalonia, the only airline with direct flights is Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Mykonos, you can fly non-stop with Neos or Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Preveza / Lefkada, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Rhodes, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Neos and Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Santorini and Zakynthos Island, you can fly with Vueling.

Hong Kong
Flights from Hong Kong to Rome (Fiumicino)

Hong Kong is the only city in Hong Kong with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Hong Kong, direct flights are offered by Cathay Pacific (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.

Hungary
Flights from Hungary to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Hungary, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Budapest. From Budapest, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Wizz Air.

India
Flights from India to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in India that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is New Delhi. From New Delhi, you can fly non-stop with Air India (Star Alliance) or Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Iran
Flights from Iran to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Iran, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Tehran. From Tehran, direct flights are offered by Iran Air.

Ireland
Flights from Ireland to Rome (Fiumicino)

Dublin is the only city in Ireland with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Dublin, direct flights are offered by Aer Lingus.

Israel
Flights from Israel to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Israel that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Tel Aviv. From Tel Aviv, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), EL AL and Ryanair.

Japan
Flights from Japan to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from Japan to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Tokyo and Tokyo, you can fly with Alitalia (SkyTeam).

Jordan
Flights from Jordan to Rome (Fiumicino)

Amman is the only city in Jordan with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Amman, direct flights are offered by Royal Jordanian (Oneworld).

Kenya
Flights from Kenya to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Kenya, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Mombasa, you can fly non-stop with Blue Panorama or Neos. This is a seasonal route that started in July and ends in September.
From Nairobi, the only airline with direct flights is Kenya Airways (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Kuwait
Flights from Kuwait to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Kuwait, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Kuwait City. From Kuwait City, direct flights are offered by Kuwait Airways. This is a seasonal route that started in February and ends in September.

Latvia
Flights from Latvia to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Latvia that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Riga. From Riga, direct flights are offered by Air Baltic.

Lebanon
Flights from Lebanon to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Lebanon, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Beirut. From Beirut, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Middle East (SkyTeam).

Luxembourg
Flights from Luxembourg to Rome (Fiumicino)

Luxembourg City is the only city in Luxembourg with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Luxembourg City, direct flights are offered by Luxair.

Madagascar
Flights from Madagascar to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Madagascar that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Nosy Be. From Nosy Be, direct flights are offered by Neos. This is a seasonal route that started in April and ends in May.

Maldives
Flights from Maldives to Rome (Fiumicino)

Malé is the only city in Maldives with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Malé, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Neos. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Malta
Flights from Malta to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Malta, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Malta. From Malta, direct flights are offered by Air Malta, Alitalia (SkyTeam) and Ryanair.

Mexico
Flights from Mexico to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from Mexico to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Cancún, direct flights are offered by Neos. This is a seasonal route that started in May and ends in September.
From Mexico City, the only airline with direct flights is Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Moldova
Flights from Moldova to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Moldova that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Chișinău. From Chișinău, direct flights are offered by Air Moldova.

Montenegro
Flights from Montenegro to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Montenegro, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Podgorica. From Podgorica, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Montenegro Airlines.

Morocco
Flights from Morocco to Rome (Fiumicino)

Casablanca is the only city in Morocco with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Casablanca, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Royal Air Maroc (Oneworld).

Netherlands
Flights from Netherlands to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 2 airports in Netherlands that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Amsterdam, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino), which are Alitalia (SkyTeam), easyJet, KLM (SkyTeam) and Vueling.
From Rotterdam, the only airline with direct flights is Transavia. This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in June.

Norway
Flights from Norway to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Norway that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Oslo. From Oslo, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in December.

Oman
Flights from Oman to Rome (Fiumicino)

Salalah is the only city in Oman with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Salalah, direct flights are offered by Neos. This is a seasonal route that starts in November and ends in March.

Poland
Flights from Poland to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Poland, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Krakow, direct flights are offered by Wizz Air.
From Warsaw, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Wizz Air.

Portugal
Flights from Portugal to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Portugal, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Lisbon. From Lisbon, direct flights are offered by TAP Portugal (Star Alliance).

Qatar
Flights from Qatar to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Qatar that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Doha. From Doha, direct flights are offered by Qatar Airways (Oneworld).

Romania
Flights from Romania to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 5 airports in Romania that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Bacău, you can fly non-stop with Blue Air or Wizz Air.
From Bucharest, you can fly non-stop with Blue Air or Tarom (SkyTeam).
From Iasi, Suceava and Timișoara, all direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are operated by Wizz Air.

Russia
Flights from Russia to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from Russia to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 4 airports to choose from.

From Moscow Sheremetyevo, you can fly non-stop with Aeroflot (SkyTeam) or Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in November.
From Moscow Vnukovo, the only airline with direct flights is Pobeda. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Moscow Zhukovsky, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Ural Airlines. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in March.
From Saint Petersburg, the only airline with direct flights is Aeroflot (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Saudi Arabia
Flights from Saudi Arabia to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Saudi Arabia, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Jeddah and Riyadh, you can fly with Saudi Arabian (SkyTeam).

Serbia
Flights from Serbia to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Serbia, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Belgrade. From Belgrade, you can fly non-stop with Air Serbia or Alitalia (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Singapore
Flights from Singapore to Rome (Fiumicino)

Singapore is the only city in Singapore with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Singapore, direct flights are offered by Singapore Airlines (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.

South Africa
Flights from South Africa to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in South Africa that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Johannesburg. From Johannesburg, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

South Korea
Flights from South Korea to Rome (Fiumicino)

Seoul is the only city in South Korea with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Seoul, you can fly non-stop with Asiana Airlines (Star Alliance) or Korean Air (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in December.

Spain
Flights from Spain to Rome (Fiumicino)

You can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) from lots of airports in Spain, as there is a total of 12 airports that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Alicante, you can fly non-stop with Ryanair or Vueling.
From Barcelona, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Ryanair and Vueling.
From Bilbao, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with Vueling. This route is not operational yet but will start in January.
From Fuerteventura, the only airline with direct flights is Neos.
From Ibiza, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino), which are Alitalia (SkyTeam), Neos, Ryanair and Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Madrid, direct flights are offered by Air Europa (SkyTeam), Alitalia (SkyTeam) and Iberia (Oneworld).
From Málaga, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Ryanair and Vueling. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.
From Menorca (Mahon), direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Neos and Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Palma de Mallorca, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Vueling. This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
From Seville, you can fly non-stop with Ryanair or Vueling. This route is recently announced though, and not operational yet. It will start in October 2020.
From Tenerife (Reine Sofia), you can fly non-stop with Neos or Vueling. This route is not operational yet but will start in December.
From Valencia, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Vueling. This route is recently announced though, and not operational yet. It will start in October 2020.

Sweden
Flights from Sweden to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Sweden, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Stockholm (Arlanda). From Stockholm (Arlanda), you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Switzerland
Flights from Switzerland to Rome (Fiumicino)

If you are looking for a direct flight from Switzerland to Rome (Fiumicino), there are 3 airports to choose from.

From Basel Mulhouse Freiburg, direct flights are offered by easyJet. This route is not operational yet but will start in December.
From Geneva, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), easyJet and Kenya Airways (SkyTeam).
From Zürich, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Swiss (Star Alliance).

Taiwan
Flights from Taiwan to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Taiwan that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Taipei. From Taipei, direct flights are offered by China Airlines (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.

Tanzania
Flights from Tanzania to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Tanzania, the only airport that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino) is Zanzibar. From Zanzibar, you can fly non-stop with Blue Panorama or Neos. This is a seasonal route that starts in November and ends in December.

Thailand
Flights from Thailand to Rome (Fiumicino)

Bangkok is the only city in Thailand with direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino). From Bangkok, direct flights are offered by Thai Airways (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in January and ends in March.

Tunisia
Flights from Tunisia to Rome (Fiumicino)

There is 1 airport in Tunisia that has a direct connection to Rome (Fiumicino), which is Tunis. From Tunis, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Tunisair.

Turkey
Flights from Turkey to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 2 airports in Turkey that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Istanbul, direct flights are offered by Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance).
From Istanbul (Sabiha), you can fly non-stop with Pegasus or Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

Ukraine
Flights from Ukraine to Rome (Fiumicino)

In Ukraine, there are 4 airports that have direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Kyiv, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Kyiv, direct flights are offered by Ryanair, SkyUp Airlines and Ukraine Int..
From Lviv, you can fly non-stop with Ryanair or SkyUp Airlines.
From Odessa, the only airline with direct flights is Ryanair. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

United Arab Emirates
Flights from United Arab Emirates to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are 2 airports in United Arab Emirates that have non-stop flights to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Abu Dhabi, direct flights are offered by Etihad Airways. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.
From Dubai, the only airline with direct flights is Emirates.

United Kingdom
Flights from United Kingdom to Rome (Fiumicino)

United Kingdom is well-connected to Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO) with 10 airports around the country that have direct flights to the airport.

From Birmingham, direct flights are offered by Jet2.
From Bristol, the only airline with direct flights is easyJet. This route is not operational yet but will start in December.
From Glasgow and Leeds / Bradford, you can fly with Jet2.
From London City, direct flights are offered by British Airways (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in January.
From London Gatwick, direct flights are offered by British Airways (Oneworld), easyJet and Vueling.
From London Heathrow, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or British Airways (Oneworld).
From London Luton, the only airline with direct flights is easyJet. This route is not operational yet but will start in December.
From Manchester, you can fly non-stop with easyJet or Jet2.
From Newcastle, the only airline with direct flights is Jet2. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in November.

United States
Flights from United States to Rome (Fiumicino)

You can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) from lots of airports in United States, as there is a total of 11 airports that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino).

From Atlanta, direct flights are offered by Delta (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in April and ends in September.
From Boston, the only airline with direct flights is Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Chicago, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Dallas-Fort Worth, the only airline with direct flights is American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Los Angeles and Miami, you can fly with Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From New York, direct flights are offered by United Airlines (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in December.
From New York City, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), American Airlines (Oneworld) and Delta (SkyTeam).
From Philadelphia, you can fly non-stop to Rome (Fiumicino) with American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From San Francisco, the only airline with direct flights is Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.
From Washington, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or United Airlines (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in March and ends in September.

Domestic flights to Rome (Fiumicino)

Italy
Flights from Italy to Rome (Fiumicino)

There are lots of domestic flights to Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO). 23 airports in Italy have direct flights to the airport.

From Alghero (Sardinia), direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in January.
From Bari, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Ryanair.
From Bologna, direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam), Neos and Tunisair.
From Brindisi, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Ryanair.
From Cagliari (Sardinia), direct flights are offered by Alitalia (SkyTeam). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in January.
From Catania, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino), which are Alitalia (SkyTeam), City Airways, Ryanair and Wizz Air.
From Florence, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Lampedusa and Milan (Linate), all direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are operated by Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From Milan (Malpensa), there are 5 airlines that have direct services to Rome (Fiumicino), which are Alitalia (SkyTeam), Bulgaria Air, Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance), Neos and Tunisair.
From Naples and Olbia (Sardinia), you can fly with Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From Palermo, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Ryanair.
From Pantelleria, Pisa and Reggio Calabria, all direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are operated by Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From Trapani, direct flights are offered by AlbaStar. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Trieste, Turin and Venice Marco Polo, all direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are operated by Alitalia (SkyTeam).
From Verona, you can fly non-stop with Alitalia (SkyTeam) or Neos.

Alternative airports near Rome (Fiumicino)

Flying to an alternative airport near Rome (Fiumicino) could give you other options to reach your destination. For example, the possibility to fly with a different airline or alliance, or finding a cheaper airfare. For this reason, alternative airports near to Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO) are listed below. The closest alternative airports are Rome (Ciampino) (CIA) and Perugia (PEG).

Frequently asked questions - FAQ

How many airports are there in Rome (Fiumicino)?

There are 2 airports in Rome (Fiumicino): Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport (FCO) and Rome Ciampino Airport (Giovan Battista Pastine Airport) (CIA).

What is the best airport to fly into Rome (Fiumicino)?

The most convenient airport to fly into Rome (Fiumicino) is Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport (FCO).

How many airlines fly to Rome (Fiumicino)?

There are 80 airlines flying to Rome (Fiumicino) from 176 airports around the world, as of October 2020.

Which airlines fly to Rome (Fiumicino)?

Alitalia, Vueling and Neos operate most flights to Rome (Fiumicino). To get a full overview of all operating airlines, please use the airline filter.

Which alliances are flying to Rome (Fiumicino)?

SkyTeam, Star Alliance and Oneworld are all flying to Rome (Fiumicino).

How many nonstop flights are there to Rome (Fiumicino)?

There are roughly 1,925 flights arriving at Rome (Fiumicino) every month (or 448 flights each week), from a total of 176 airports worldwide.

What is the official name of Rome (Fiumicino) Airport?

The official name of Rome (Fiumicino) Airport is Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport.

What is the airport code of Rome (Fiumicino) Airport?

The airport code of Rome (Fiumicino) Airport is FCO.

What are the most popular flights to Rome (Fiumicino)?

Catania, Palermo and Milan (Linate) are the 3 most popular routes to Rome (Fiumicino). For a complete overview of all flight routes to Rome (Fiumicino), please use our flight map.

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