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Find cheap flights to Italy from $188

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Rome
Romenonstop$368
Milan
Milan2 stops$442
Venice
Venice1 stop$488
Florence
Florence2 stops$436
Naples
Naples1 stop$513
Palermo
Palermo1 stop$444
Catania
Catania2 stops$431
Bologna
Bologna2 stops$433
Bari
Bari1 stop$554
Pisa
Pisa1 stop$575
Cagliari
Cagliari1 stop$631
Olbia
Olbia1 stop$528
Turin
Turin1 stop$573
Genoa
Genoa1 stop$620
Lamezia Terme
Lamezia Terme2 stops$662
Verona
Verona2 stops$597
Brindisi
Brindisi1 stop$591
Trieste
Trieste1 stop$637
Alghero
Alghero2 stops$670
Ancona
Ancona1 stop$963

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Flight from New York John F Kennedy Airport to Rome Fiumicino Airport

FAQs - booking Italy flights

  • What other cities can visitors arriving at FCO Airport access?

    You can travel to Italy quickly with direct flights from the US, where you can visit a few other destinations close to FCO Airport. Nearby cities like Rome, Cerveteri, and Pomezia are reachable from FCO Airport by taxi or bus. Each of the aforementioned cities' centers is less than 22 miles apart from FCO.

  • To stay closer to athletic events in Italy, which airport should I consider flying into?

    When traveling to Italy for vacation, sports fans from the US should think about utilizing FCO Airport as their destination airport. Stadio dei Marmi, Stadio Olimpico, and Central Stadium of Tennis are just a few of the stadiums that serve as venues for both local and international-level sporting events. You'll be able to visit these venues to support your popular sports teams if you stay close to FCO Airport.

  • Are there any special amenities for pets on the USO to IT0 aircraft route?

    Yes. Passengers traveling on the USO-IT0 airline route do not need to be concerned about the security of their dogs when visiting Italy. The majority of US airports, like SLC, LAX, as well as JFK, which operate international flights to Italy, permit passengers to travel with their four-legged friends.

  • Which airport is most frequently used by passengers going from the northwestern USA to Italy?

    Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the widely preferred departure airport among travelers flying from the northwest areas of the USA to Italy. Unfortunately, there are no direct flights on the SEA-IT0 route. Travelers have the option of using connecting flights only.

  • Which airport is closest to Sicily?

    Falcone Borsellini Airport (PMO), or Palermo Airport, is a natural choice to travel to Sicily, but you may also wish to consider flying into Naples Capodichino Airport (NAP) and taking a connecting flight from there, which may be cheaper. There is also a ferry service from Naples to Palermo if you don’t mind the time (about 12h).

  • Is a visa required before I can fly to Italy?

    Fortunately, US citizens do not require a visa for Italy but it is a member of the Schengen Zone, so permanent residents and other foreign nationals planning on taking a flight from the US to Italy should make inquiries to determine if they need to apply for permission to enter the country.

  • Can I purchase euros at any of the airports in Italy?

    Yes, you can purchase euros at all the major international airports in Italy. Best and Fast Change operates multiple bureaux de change at Fiumicino Airport and Florence Airport and you can use Forexchange if you land at Milan Airport. MC Exact Change is available at Venice Airport and there are ATMS at each location if you prefer.

  • Which airlines fly nonstop to Italy from the US?

    United Airlines and Lufthansa offer direct air service from Newark Liberty Airport (EWR) in New Jersey to Rome and Air Italy offers similar service from Miami Airport (MIA) to Milan. Norwegian flies nonstop from Boston Logan Airport (BOS). There are also several flights from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and JFK in New York City.

  • How long is the flight to Italy?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Italy takes 10h 51m, covering a distance of 4788 miles. The most popular route is New York - Rome with an average flight time of 8h 10m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Italy?

    The cheapest ticket to Italy from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $214 one-way, and $382 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Rome Fiumicino and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $423.

  • Which airlines fly to Italy?

    Delta, KLM & Air France fly the most frequently from the United States to Italy. The most popular route is from New York to Rome, and SAUDIA, ITA Airways and TAROM fly this route the most.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Italy?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Rome (46% of total searches to Italy). The next most popular destinations are Milan (24%) and Venice (11%). Searches for flights to Naples (5%), to Florence (5%) and to Palermo (2%) are also popular.

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    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Italy

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Italy flight deals.
  • When flying from the US to Italy, those with limited mobility should consider flying from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and landing at Rome-Fiumicino International Airport Leonardo da Vinci (FCO). Passengers with mobility issues and other special needs may request special assistance at LAX Airport, such as wheelchairs, medical and safety aid, as well as baggage assistance.
  • The best places to relax while waiting for flights to various locations are thought to be airport lounges. Most budget travelers choose flying from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) as their departure airport of choice if they want to unwind at a cost-effective lounge before boarding their flights to Italy from the US. The Delta Sky Club lounge in SLC is a comfortable place for budget travelers to unwind before their flight.
  • Flying from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to FCO on Delta Airlines or ITA 609 Airlines may be an ideal option for parents from the US who want to send their children on vacation to Italy. The JFK and FCO airports are served continuously by these airlines. Direct flights make it possible to travel from the US to Italy in the least period of time, lowering the risk that your children will be exhausted before they reach Italy.
  • If your flight from the US is expected to land in Italy at night and you're taking the SLC-Giovan Battista Pastine International Airport (CIA) route, you might want to think about booking accommodations close to the CIA Airport. Passengers that land in Italy at night can stay the rest of the night in the Pit Stop Ciampino station, which is two minutes' walk from the airport.
  • JFK & Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) are the two primary airports from which passengers looking to book direct flights from the United States to Italy can depart. These are the main hubs in the US from which United 40, Delta Airlines, and ITA 609 Airlines provide direct flights to the FCO Airport in Italy.
  • Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FLE), otherwise known as Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino Airport (CIA), are the two international ports in the city of Rome that receive flights from the US to Italy.
  • Italy has several international airports in major cities such as Milan (Malpensa Airport- MXP), which is the main port of call to explore the northwestern cities of Genoa and Turin, while Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) covers the northeastern areas of Trieste and Bologna.
  • In addition to being the main gateway to the Eternal City, Rome also sits in the middle of Italy, so its two airports can be considered twin launchpads for traveling to points north of the city, like Perugia and Florence, points to the south, like Naples, and Bari in the east.
  • The island of Elba lies off the western coast of Italy and is within reach from Florence Peretola Airport (FLR) in Tuscany, but if you intend to travel further south to the islands of Corsica and Sardinia, then you can fly from the US to either Rome Airport or Naples Airport and get local flights from there.
  • The Italian coastline that borders the Adriatic Sea is an area that, while off the beaten track, has proven tourist destinations from Trieste in the north via Venice, Rimini and Ancona in the central region, and Bari and Lecce in the south. Taking a flight into Venice, Rome or Naples allows you to access the cities and towns along this corridor.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Italy

 
Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Italy? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Our flight to Zurich was delayed by almost 3 hours, so we missed our next flight. There was no indication it would be delayed this much. We were told the gate had changed and then it apparently took over 2 hours to load the "catering" on the plane. We were not compensated in any way for the trouble.

2.0 MediocreLisa, May 2024AUS - JFK
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Our flight to Zurich was delayed by almost 3 hours, so we missed our next flight. There was no indication it would be delayed this much. We were told the gate had changed and then it apparently took over 2 hours to load the "catering" on the plane. We were not compensated in any way for the trouble.

Rated entertainment as Mediocre as there were major problems with the Infotainment system that took probably a half hour for them to fix.

Your crew could maybe answer the call bell at least one of the times I pressed it. I pressed it first time with 2.5 hours left in our flight bc my partner was hungry and wanted a sandwich. We finally got the sandwich with 40 mins left in the flight.

Half the bathrooms assigned to economy were out of action

Delta crushed it. Flight attendant in first was attentive and just never stopped. Honestly one of the best domestic flights I’ve been on.

They were an hour late and they didn’t have my wheelchair for me

The Flight crew didn’t serve us until about 1.5 hours into the flight because of turbulence but after it ended it was fine to move around. They served us water only and snacks and then NEVER, NOT ONE TIME came through to collect trash until right before landing about 1.5 hours later. There was absolutely no need for that. They crew was just standing around talking and visiting with each other and really never tried to see if we might want something besides water or even try to come pick up trash. This is VERY unusual for a Delta flight but it was not what I would have expected for a 4 hour flight.

The 1st class male crew member was very pleasant - the short female with round glasses , maybe in 50’s had no personality- never spoke when delivering my food, drink, & never smiled the whole trip! In fact looked annoyed when the boarding proses was happening- I would never hire this woman - unfriendly . Have never dealt with a crew member like her-

5-hour delay due to storms in Tanoa and airspace restricted by Miami traffic controllers.

A regional sized plane was used for a cross country flight with no overhead bin space. I had to "pink check" my laptop and my medications. I was NOT pleased!!!!

Fantastic. Smooth boarding with an infant. Never experienced it with any other carriers.

This was a flight operated by Lufthansa. See me prior comments, which were meant for this experience. The CSA, Ashley, should be reprimanded if not fired for incompetence, being rude, and very, very slow. She was whispering to other CSAs, blaming my flight change on others, unable to give me a seat assignment, telling me could not help without offering any advice (I travel 200,000 miles a year and am a consultant to the airlines, so I know how this gets done PRETTY DAMN WELL). Then, she gave me literally the worst seat on the airline (yes, there were other seats open) - the one right next to the bathroom that was so bad the other PAX next to me left to move to another seat. My seat kept getting rammed (3x) by the crew with their carts (no turbulence to speak of), other passengers grabbing the seat to get in or out of the bathroom, and listening to the bathroom flush all night.

This was a Lufthansa flight, not United. The CSA at the counter, Ashley, was not only incompetent, but quite rude. Me and two other PAX waited over 7 minutes standing in front of her and another CSA and they ignored us. We joked that we must have accidently taken invisibility pills. She could have at least said "I'll be with you in a moment, I'm currently....". I could go on about how rude she and the other CSAs were (whispering, not communicating with me, blaming the situation on others, etc.). She would not work for me. Then, she gave me literally the worst seat on the plane. the worst. My seat kept getting bumped (rammed twice by the crew with their carts and about every 5 minutes by someone using the bathroom), listening to the bathroom all night, crowded seat, etc.

My seat was broken. WiFi didn’t work. Gate crew at HOU were rude and condescending. Treated all the passengers badly. Bad experience, United.

First flight of the day… MINIMUM FUEL! 15 minute landing delay at HOU due to fog turned into a 2+ hour delay! Rather than circle, they had to divert to another city to refuel! Sat on tarmac at Austin to refuel. We ALL missed our connections! The crew, including pilots, were clueless. Crew was really a mess. At HOU, Untied employees were exceedingly rude to all. It was pitiful.

Food wasn’t very good, old business seating configuration on an old A340

An hour and a half late is UNACCEPTABLE. The negative impact to our family is unconscionable. And for the price we were forced to pay...

Standard flight experience, but there is only power at the seat to row 20 on the aircraft, on my initial check in it did not say that was the case

Not a fan of the diagonal partially enclosed business class seats or how they have to be converted to beds manually by crew. I prefer more isolation and user control for switching to lie flat.

No lounge access with “United First” ticket. False alarm about late flight, jeopardizing connection. Wrong meal. Loose power socket would not hold plug, could not charge device. In-flight access to text messaging did not work. Toilet seat on plane would not stay up.

Staff disappeared after dinner service until breakfast, no help with beds, no help running to our gate to catch connection cause flight was late, our luggage didn’t make it, took over 24 hours to get luggage to hotel, no compensation!!

Everything was good except food. I believe there is room for improvement

Houston to Porto flight delayed landing made us miss our connection. Tried to get on standby for the next flight and even though the lady knew we wouldn’t be able to get on it and she sent us down there. We sat there three hours and then we’re told there’s no way you’re getting on this flight. So we had to go to customer service and ended up having to spend the night in Frankfurt and missed a whole day of our vacation in Porto

my flight was at 3:45 after that they delayed to 4:40 I have transit from Chicago to Frankfurt and Frankfurt to vina airport from vina to Erbil buy the Time I come to Frankfort my other flight left me I have to stay at airport all day with my 5 kids ask for help no one help me I spent at airport almost $450 just for food was horrible flight ever I call and ask for hotel from united customer service they been telling me we can’t provide any hotel I need some refund or fixed my flight when I return to America need some one respond my email

My experience would have been greatly improved by arriving on time to connect to my Porto flight. The staff that dealt with the aftermath of the late arrival evidently booked my group into a hotel in Frankfurt. This reduced my time in Porto Portugal a day and half. I do want to commend Jorge Klein for his hard work. He spent a great deal.of time trying to rebook the flight and he eventually did rebook for the next day and did provide accommodations for me overnight. This was a big issue for me and the group I traveled. The rest of the trip was good.

Not your fault…..didn’t get my drink until just before landing….bumpy flight.

Lufthansa flights were great. United flight from houston to Frankfurt had very small seats with almost no space

Second time I took this flight, and they lost my luggage both times. Waiting for my suitcase now, last time it took two days to get it back.

Everything could be better. The plain was in Orlando for 3 hours prior to boarding. After boarding all the passengers they found out that plane has a mechanical problem. After an hour the problem was solved, the pilot comes on and states, (We have to go back to the gate and take on more fuel!) Are you kidding me???? Who they have for pilots, Boy scouts?? I barely made my connecting flight to Vienna, but my suitcase did not. I'm still waiting for it, in Gyor, Hungary. Am I having fun yet?? Other passenger were in the same binned. I travelled all over the world both for business and pleasure with all types of airlines. By far of all the carriers I travelled with, Discover is the worst. I'm contemplating to bight the bullet and go back to the US with a different carrier. For International flights, the seats are made for little people. The person in front of me had his seat reclined the whole way, I felt like he was sitting in my lap. For closing, I would not let my dog travel with Discover, yet alone recommend it to an other person. Does it sound like I'm frustrated, Think about having to travel back to the US with them. I'm sure I'll not hear back from you, because nobody wants to hear about bad news, but with all the hype Discover puts out there about their services, nothing could be further from the truth. Joseph A. Nagy

Only problem we experienced was not anything to do with Lufthansa. When changing planes in Frankfurt we spent over an hour on passport control line. Lufthansa did a marvelous job on everything from keeping me informed via texts, to terrific cabin crew.

Wonderful service and very comfy in the bulkhead in Economy Plus! Delicious food.

The BA team at Sky Harbor is deplorable, full of unnecessary attitude and poor communication. It seems like every member of the team was looking at another to solve the problem, instead of taking agency to do so themselves. I saw no less than 6 altercations with the same gate agent where he threatened to revoke the passengers boarding pass for asking a wildly reasonable question, something as simple as where the cue to board was. I’ve complained to BA before but it seems this isn’t an issue for them, which is very disappointing

Boarding poor in London,ok in Chicago. Don’t like Heatrow/terminal5

It was very good. We got a late start by about an hour and a half. However I worked rather have that than crash. It was purely mechanical. They had our tickets ready when we came off the plane in London for the next leg. The only mishap was when we got to Lisbon my husbands luggage made or bit mine didn't. All was not lost because I did finally get it 2 days later. I was really pleased that they c made the effort.

Leg space was not enough. The meal was not satisfactory.

Liked that my American Airlines status seamlessly transferred to BA so luggage check was free. Flights were on time, boarding quick. Wish they didn’t assign connecting gate so late at Heathrow.

The entire process was flawless and as expected flying first class. The only thing that I have a complaint on...when first boarding, the plane was EXTREMELY cold; then when we were trying to sleep, it was way too hot - just better regulating (especially trying to sleep) would have made it perfect.

- OK plane. Basic accommodations. OK food. The digital window shade wasn't working.

- OK plane. Basic accommodations. OK food. The digital window shade wasn't working. - Expect to be woken up more than an hour before landing when they start dinging the bell and making announcements and turning on all cabin lights to serve a snack. I would prefer they remain quiet and only serve people who want to wake up.

Better food and more space in the seats. Also when doing the web check in both times I was going in to your site the minute you open it and there is not really many seats to choose only to buy!!!

It was a short haul trip, so food and entertainment weren’t a big issue

The plane seemed very dated. The entertainment was very limited. There was a school group on our flight and the crew seemed bothered by them. They were not overly friendly or welcoming.

Ok, but no entertainment. Left late, but made up most of the time.

May be it is not an ITA issue, but the bags took long time to go out.

Good. But there food was poor quality and 95% of movies didn't have English subtitles

I thought they had rebranded themselves in every aspect but it was quite the opposite. The food was terrible the service was sub-par. Overall it was not a good experience.

Service from staff was poor, food choices were limited. Air plane was not clean or hygienic and seemed like not cleaned for days. Seats were uncomfortable.

service from stAff was barely there , food choices were limited. AirPlane was not clean and seemed like it was not cleaned for days.. Seats were very uncomfortable.

I paid for premium seats and the last minute they changed the aircraft for a bigger one, they bumped me to another seat which was NOT at all comfortable for an 11 hour flight, will fight for a refund!!

The landing was catastrophic. I was very scared. I thought it were my last lminues. Pilotes should be more experienced

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