Discounted business class tickets to Rome
Why Visit Rome?
It is probably a truism that any city whose immortality has been assured through its appearance in countless novels, plays, photos and films is worth a visit. Rome, the Eternal City, is the perfect example.
Its 3,000-year-old history is replete with great deeds and great monuments. Many of the latter still stand today, making Rome a place of enigmatic attraction for anyone with even a passing interest in history.
The great Colosseum is one of its greatest attraction. It is amazing to contemplate that this structure that stands today was built almost two millennia ago, and at that time seated almost 60,000 people. Fine art always found a home in Rome – what would be ordinary walkways and unremarkable squares in most other cities are major tourist attractions featuring masterpiece sculpture by some of the greatest artists that the world has ever known in this city.
Airports in Rome
Rome is served by three airports:
- Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO) - this is Italy’s main international airport, located 21.7 miles (35 kilometers)) from the city itself. It is one of Europe’s busiest airports, and saw almost 42 million passengers in 2016. The national airline, Alitalia, is based here.
- Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport (CIA) – Located 7.5 miles (12 kilometers) outside Rome, this is the city’s secondary international airport. It is used mainly by low-cost airlines serving the region.
- Rome Urbe Airport – This is a civilian airport 4.3 miles (6.9 kilometers) from the city itself.
Rome has an efficient pubic transport system served by buses and trains which offer a cheap alternative to taxis to and from the airports. Unsurprisingly, Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the most well-connected.
You are spoiled for choice if you are travelling from the American east coast to Rome. Many premium airlines offer a direct flight, and all of them arrive at their destination between 8 hours 35 minutes and 9 hours:
- Air France;
- American Airlines;
- British Airways;
There are no non-stop flights between the eastern coast of the United States and Rome. Norwegian Air operates a single-stop flight between LAX and FCO which has a brief layover at Oslo. This flight has a duration of 16 hours 30 minutes.
With Rome being an international tourist destination and major business hub, the service, entertainment and dining on board first class flights to Rome are impeccable. Premium class passengers are also given access to lounges before they board the plane.
Air France provides a particularly nice collection of wines and cognac. The multi-course meal is accompanied with separate servings of soup, salad, caviar and cheese.
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