|Best Price Found||$436||The best flight deal from New York to Rome found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $436|
|Fastest flight time||8h 14m||The fastest flight from New York to Rome takes 8h 14m.|
|Direct flights||Tu, We and Su||Direct flights go from New York to Rome on Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday. Airlines offering direct flights are: Alitalia and Air France..|
|Airports in Rome||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Rome: Rome Fiumicino (FCO), Rome Ciampino (CIA)|
Pros: Lost bag was delivered all the way to Chesapeake VA.
Cons: We had to gate check our bag despite plenty of room overhead. Bag didn’t make it to Madrid. Flight attendant kinda ignored my question about where to leave the bag. Had to pay for seats to check-in online.
Pros: The flight attendants were fabulous on this flight.
Cons: Older plane that showed lots of grime from past travelers. The seats in my row had old spills that seemed to have run down the backs of the seats and dried over. Gross!
Cons: The seat space/leg room is tiny. I found it impossible to fall asleep, being in the middle of a row of three with two "big" people in either side.
Pros: Good service on the plane, the food was good and the seat was very comfortable.
Cons: The boarding process was a bit uncomfortable at the Lisbon airport. The space provided at the gate for the passengers to wait was small, with everyone trying to fit in front of the gate, it was tight.
Pros: Not even a bump ...seriously an amazing plane and pilot!
Cons: The afternoon snack was disgusting ....(not just my exclusive opinion)
Pros: I appreciate the choice of snacks.
Cons: The coffee served on the flight was lukewarm.
Pros: The plane ✈️ itself the attendants . The entertainment on board. Really great
Cons: Nothing dissatisfying about the flight nor the airline staff . Very polite, very professional. It was a Great flight. For long trips this airline is one of the best.
Cons: Cabin crew were arrogant and didn’t allow us to storage our backpacks in the over head cabins.
Many airlines have put safety measures in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Two of the airlines doing this are Alitalia and Delta. Airlines flying from New York to Rome are working to protect travelers. Some of these new policies include temperature checks, pre-flight testing, sanitization of key touchpoints, as well as mask requirements when onboard. Some airlines have even implemented socially distanced seating for a limited time. Policies will vary by airline.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from New York to Rome are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: Norwegian, British Airways, and Alitalia.