Cheap Flights from London Gatwick to Rome
Flight information London Gatwick to Rome
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 879 miles
Most popular airline last month
Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Gatwick to Rome
British Airways, easyJet and Norwegian Air Shuttle all fly from London-Gatwick to Rome-Fiumicino. There are currently no direct flights between Gatwick and Rome-Ciampino.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
British Airways flights to Rome usually leave from the North Terminal, while easyJet and Norwegian Air Shuttle depart from the South Terminal. The Gatwick Express train station is in the South Terminal, so if you're arriving by train and flying from the North Terminal you will need to take the free shuttle before going through security.
Both terminals at Gatwick have a wide range of shops, eateries, and places to relax. In the North Terminal you'll find three Jamie Oliver properties: an Italian restaurant, a bakery and a pub. The South Terminal has plenty of well-known names such as Nandos, Frankie & Benny's and McDonalds. Both terminals have a World Duty Free shop alongside a range of designer and high-street fashion brands.
If you have a bit of work to do before reaching Rome you can check into one of the Regus Express Work Pods, available in both terminals. The booths offer a sound-proof private space with secure Wi-Fi. Additionally, there are three lounges in the North Terminal and one in the South. All offer a complimentary range of snacks and drinks, as well as unlimited Wi-Fi and a peaceful environment to relax before your flight.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are under the same roof and have one arrivals hall. The airport is well connected to the city by public transport. The fastest way to reach the city centre is by the Leonardo Express train to Roma Termini train station. The trip takes about 35 minutes and costs €15* (about £11). Remember to stamp your ticket before boarding the train: failure to do so could result in a fine. A cheaper way to reach the city is by Terravision bus, which charges €6* (about £4.35) for a single and €11* (about £8) for a return journey. The bus takes about 55 minutes to reach the city. Public buses also serve the airport: they're cheaper but take longer as they stop multiple times en route. Taxis are widely available and charge a flat rate of €48* (just under £35).
A valid passport is required on flights to Rome. For international flights it's best to arrive at the airport two hours before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Rome
Rome is one hour ahead of London. Prices are lower in Rome: an average dinner for two costs about £37 while a pint of local draught beer costs a little under £3.30*. Rome can be oppressively hot during the summer, so if you're planning on doing a lot of sightseeing we recommend booking your flights for the spring or autumn months.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.