|Best Price Found||$536||The best flight deal from Chicago to Rome found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $536|
|Fastest flight time||9h 5m||The fastest flight from Chicago to Rome takes 9h 5m.|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from Chicago to Rome. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Chicago O'Hare Intl - Rome Fiumicino, Chicago O'Hare Intl - Rome Ciampino and Chicago Midway - Rome Fiumicino.|
|Airports in Rome||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Rome: Rome Fiumicino (FCO), Rome Ciampino (CIA)|
Pros: Very efficient.
Cons: Better airflow in cabin, letting you know about meals before getting to plane.
Pros: Not a lot.
Cons: Our flight got delayed so American Airlines Auto switched us to a flight leaving a day later with a 17 hour layover. When I called to get it fixed I waited on hold for 30 minutes before I got through. Once we got on original flight they gave away seats we paid extra for and gave us no refund.
Pros: Plane departed early and arrived early. No incident.
Cons: Alitalia chose to offer no-servce flights. Not a cup of water. Passengers need to go to the back of the plane, where the attendants sit together and chat the whole flight, and ask for a (tiny) bottle. What they do during boarding is jump on anyone who would dare to place a piece of garment in the overhead bins. It comes through as a fad...
Cons: Four hour delay, rude gate agent, seat in front of me was broken making my already small space smaller, the plane smelled.
Cons: Food service was pay only on a 3.5 hour flight. This meant there was a good cart blocking the aisle THE ENTIRE FLIGHT! Nobody could get by to use the bathroom or to walk around. There was almost always two people in each direction blocked by the cart. From what I could observe, the cart wasn’t even stocked with the items people were ordering, as a flight attendant was CONSTANTLY running back and forth to the galley to get items that weren’t on the cart! The setup of this food service was HORRIFIC even for me who didn’t order anything. They never even were able to take orders from everyone- never even asked if I wanted anything. I don’t think I will fly British Airways again.
Pros: On time
Cons: The boarding
Pros: We got to Chicago at least 45 minutes before the expected landing time. The dinner was pretty good and the crew came around many times offering drinks. The ground crew did a good job of evaluating luggage and tagging people’s bags before the overhead bins got too full so it didn’t delay our flight.
Cons: The snack sandwich was freezing cold...
Pros: Everything. A bit skewed as we flew first class which we don’t usually so. All was great!
Pros: Flight was smooth, I told the Captain that. Staff was helpful. They attended our needs, like that they served us food twice and snacks and drinks. Liked that they had blankets & pillow for us. The 12 hour flight was great and did not seem like it was 12 hrs. I will definitely fight this airline again
Cons: Staff at airport (Rome-FCO) was not too friendly but this had nothing to do w/ the flight. Flight was awesome. I would just recommend having a few more move selections but overall, I give this particular flight, from Millan to San Francisco an A+! ONE NOTE: Check in your luggage online OR else they will charge you double at Airport.
Many airlines have put safety measures in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Two of the airlines doing this are Delta and Alitalia. Usage of HEPA filters, scheduled sanitation, enhanced cleaning of aircrafts, pre-flight testing, and mask policies are some of the implemented practices made by airlines to help keep you safe as you depart from Chicago to Rome. Keep in mind that policies will vary by airline.
Some of our partner airlines flying from Chicago to Rome are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are American Airlines, British Airways, and Alitalia. You can search for the full list of airlines like American Airlines that are offering this flexibility.