Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Rome
Flight information Newcastle to Rome
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Average flight time, total distance 1116 miles
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Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino
Flights from Newcastle to Rome
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Rome
Jet2.com is currently the only airline offering flights from Newcastle to Rome-Fiumicino, and these only run during the summer season. Indirect flights are available year-round. British Airways offer connecting flights with a stop in London-Heathrow, KLM offer flights with a stop in Amsterdam, and Air France/CityJet offer flights with a connection in Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Terminal Information – Departing
Newcastle Airport has one terminal. You can enjoy tax free shopping when you fly to Rome from the UK. Make the most of the discount at JD Sports, Accessorize, World Duty Free and Cuba Lily. If you need some last-minute reading or snacks for the flight you can pop into WHSmith, and if you need to stock up on sunscreen there's a small branch of Boots.
There's a good selection of places to eat and drink, whether you're in the mood for a coffee and cake or a beer and burger. Greggs, Burger King, Upper Crust and Starbucks offer some great grab and go options, while the Cabin is ideal for a locally sourced lunch. The Flying Hippo offers family friendly American style dining, and prosecco on tap for those who want to kick off their trip in style. The Beer House pub has a small outside area for smokers.
For extra luxury you can check in to the Aspire Lounge. The lounge has complimentary food and drink, as well as unlimited internet. Prices start at £21.99* per person. The airport also has an Aerospa, where you can enjoy a last-minute manicure or facial.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Jet2.com and British Airways usually land at Terminal 3 of Rome Fiumicino, while KLM and Air France land at Terminal 1. These terminals are in the same building, so it's easy to reach public transport and taxis wherever you land. The Leonardo Express train is the quickest way to the city centre. The train goes direct to the city's main station, Roma Termini. Tickets cost €15* (just under £11) and the journey takes about 35 minutes. Before you travel, remember to validate your ticket by stamping it at the yellow machine on the platform. A cheaper way to reach the city is by Terravision bus. Single tickets cost €6* (just over £4) while return tickets cost €11* (just under £8). The bus is subject to local traffic, but should take about 55 minutes. There are also cheaper public buses, or you can pay €48* (about £34) for a taxi into the city centre.
You need a valid passport to fly from Newcastle to Rome. Try to arrive at the airport at least ninety minutes before your flight is due to depart, and give yourself extra time if you have luggage to check in.
What to expect in Rome
Italy is an hour ahead of the UK, and the currency is the Euro (€). Prices in Rome are slightly cheaper than in Newcastle, but don't expect a bargain destination. The city can be overwhelmingly hot in the summer: in August the temperature often rises above 30°C. The best time of year for sight-seeing is winter.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.