Cheap Flight Deals From New York (NYC) to Rome (ROM) Starting at $135

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Airfares from $135 One Way, $468 Round Trip from New York to Rome

Prices starting at $468 for return flights and $135 for one-way flights to Rome were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

More About Flying To Rome from New York

Route Information for Flights from New York to Rome

Origin Airport IATA Code
Destination Airport IATA Code
4266 mi
Direct Flight Airlines
American Airlines, KLM, JetBlue Airways, Air France, Finnair, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, ITA Airways, Aeromexico, EL AL, British Airways
Earliest Flight Arrival
7:15PM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival
5:05PM UTC

Traveling from New York to Rome

Whether you want to travel from New York to Rome to learn more about religious history or get an up-close look at the city's ruins, makes it easy to plan your trip. The website can help you find deals on flights, hotel accommodations and a rental car. However, you can also use the tools on the website to plan your trip's itinerary.

Flying Out of New York City

Three airports serve the New York City metropolitan area: LaGuardia Airport, Newark-Liberty International Airport and John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport. From Manhattan, LaGuardia is 6.5 miles, JFK is 20 miles and Newark is 16 miles. Flights to Rome leave from all three airports, and flights are offered by multiple airlines, including United Airlines, US Airways, Air Canada and British Airways.

All three airports have long-term parking options for those who need to leave their cars at the airport while they travel. The rates at Newark and JFK accrue in 8-hour intervals, with a maximum charge of $18 per day. LaGuardia Airport charges $66 for the first two days and $18 per day after the second day. If you don't want to drive to the airport, you can get from the city to JFK or LaGuardia by taking the NYC Airporter shuttle bus. It costs $12.75 to get to LaGuardia Airport and $15.75 to get to JFK. You can also take a taxicab to any of the three airports.

If you want to grab something to eat before your flight, each of the airports has numerous options. Newark has a food court that features Subway, Villa Pizza and Cheeseburger Cheeseburger. If you're flying out of LaGuardia, you can choose from MexiJoe's, Metro Burger or Five Guys Burgers & Fries. If your flight leaves from JFK, you can eat at the Tuscany Café, Eat & Go Istanbul or New York Hotdog & Coffee.

Rome, Italy

Rome is a city steeped in religion, history and romance. From ancient ruins like the Colosseum to Trevi Fountain, there's something to see everywhere you turn. Whether you want to see where gladiators once battled, take a guided tour of Vatican City or enjoy some gelato on a nighttime stroll, there's something in Rome to interest everyone.

Exploring Rome

Flights from New York City arrive at the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, located 19 miles from the center of Rome. You can get into Rome by taxicab, train or rental car. Tickets for the train cost $13.54 and the ride lasts about 30 minutes. Approved taxicabs in Rome are white and charge a fixed rate of $49.24 to get from the airport into the city. If you want your own transportation, you can book a rental car using The airport has six on-site rental car companies, making it easy to pick up a car as soon as you arrive.

Rome has hot, dry summers and mild, humid winters. In the summer, the temperatures average in the low to mid-70s. During the winter months, the temperatures average in the mid- to high 40s. The weather is warm and dry in August. However, as it's also when the locals take their vacations, many shops and restaurants are closed for the month.

If you're a history buff, you'll find a lot of things that interest you in Rome. Visit the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Domus Aurea. You can also take a guided tour of the sanctuary in St. Peter's Basilica and see the masterpieces in the Vatican Museum. Foodies won't want to miss the gelato at II Gelato do San Crispino, considered by many to serve the best ice cream in Rome.

Plan a Rome Vacation

When you use, planning a vacation to Rome is easy. The website helps you find good deals on flights from New York to Rome, as well as on hotel accommodations and your rental car. In fact, you can also use the website to purchase tickets to local attractions and make reservations for guided tours.

Frequently asked questions

Am I able to catch a flight from New York to Rome now?
If you’re puzzled about travel restrictions and quarantine requirements when traveling by plane from New York to Rome, go right to the Covid-19 Travel Advisor.
Are there non-stop flights from New York to Rome?
Yes, if you’re cruising from John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport (JFK) to Fiumicino Airport, you’ll only have one flight number to remember. There are 3 airlines that offer direct services to choose from. Some of the best are:

  • Alitalia
  • Delta
  • American Airlines

What is the shortest flight from New York to Rome?
From New York, the thrilling sights and sounds of Rome are at least 8 hours and 40 minutes away. Lock in your favorite seat, or maybe even upgrade to one with extra legroom, and get to your destination in comfort.
What airlines fly from New York to Rome most frequently?
There are a couple of airlines offering the most frequent flights from John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport (JFK) to FCO, including Delta (DL). Popular with travelers, it operates 30 flights on this route each month. Alitalia (AZ) will also get you to your destination in comfort. Offering 30 flights every month between New York and Rome, it’s another quality airline to look into.
If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I cancel my flight to Rome?
We get that traveling right now has its challenges, so it’s good to know that many reservations booked through us are able to be cancelled or changed. If your travel plans to Rome have been affected by COVID-19, a lot of airlines are making things easier by offering credits to use at a later date. Just sign in to your account and you’ll quickly see what options are available. Our Customer Service Portal is the place to go for more information.
Are there flights to Rome with flexible change policies?
In most cases you’ll have the option to reschedule your flight to Rome without a change fee. All you have to do then is pay the difference between the old flight and the new one. Look for the “no change fees” filter and book with confidence.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly?
Consider flying out early in the week to save on your airfare. Orbitz data from 2021 shows that Monday is the cheapest day to depart, followed by Tuesday. Saturday showed the highest average ticket prices likely because many travelers prefer to start their vacation on a weekend.
What is the cheapest month to fly?
We won’t keep you guessing, according to Orbitz data from 2021, the cheapest month to fly is February. Perfect for those who need a weekend getaway, or just a break from it all in the shortest month of the year. Be aware that the most expensive time to fly is during the height of summer in July, and in the holiday month of December.*According to flight demand on from January to December 2021. Savings are subject to change based on departure location, date and destination.

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