Air Travel To Rome   FCO, Flight to Rome,

Saving Time and Money On Air Travel To Rome
Air Travel Reservations to Rome You can save money by shopping well ahead of your flight but connections must be realistic.  Can you really run from the international terminal to the domestic terminal in half an hour?  Give yourself about two and a half to three hours for a connection that requires a trip through customs and immigration.

If you are traveling to Rome from the United States, a good bet is to fly into New York City or other east coast city and then board a non-stop flight to Leonardo De Vinci Airport in Rome( Commonly called Fuimicino,
 FCO) where you will go through customs and immigration.  That way you will have no anxiety about making a connection after the customs/immigration check.
Otherwise you might go through Ireland's Shannon or London's Heathrow, through Munich, Amsterdam, or other city  where you will go through customs and immigration and could be delayed for your flight to Rome.
Air Travel To Fuimicino Airport, FCO Rome, Tips On Saving Money and Time
Start saving on Air Travel by parking your car for free at an airport hotel in your home city.
When making a reservation and choosing a seat assignment try to get the best possible seat for your needs.
In coach
all seats are not the same, some are smaller, the last row might not recline.
Seats on the exit row will have extra leg room but might not have space under the seat in front of you for your carry-on.
If you have a frequent flier account you should be able to get an assigned seat when you book.
If you have a connection to make you could look for a seat forward which will allow a faster exit.
Speed limits in Italy will be clearly marked and the Rotary will be a welcome site with its directions to towns.  Gassing up is similar to US with credit card and automatic shut-off at modern pumps. Car rental are rental car companies will ask only for your home State drivers license and passport
Information for those Renting a vehicle in Rome
Leonardo Da Vinci Airport  FCO, is a big sprawling terminal about a forty minute drive south west of Rome.  The airport has everything the traveler needs including hotels, rental cars, bus and train service.
Surface transportation connects to Rome's subway system.
The best option is to
rent a car at the airport, taxi into Rome, or arrange a hotel shuttle to Rome   (Note: Vehicle rentals at the airport include an airport tax}
Nonstop trains run to Rome's Termini Train Station  from 7:30 am to 10  Pm
The licensed Taxis with a meter are the best option.
Leonardo Da Vinci Airport  FCO, is a big sprawling terminal about a forty minute drive south west of Rome.  The airport has everything the traveler needs including hotels, rental cars, bus and train service into Rome.
Surface transportation connects to Rome's subway system.
Air Travel Reservations To     Rome should include realistic connections.
The cheapest flight might not be the best ride.  Are connections realistic, too short a layover time, or too long.  
Will you make three connections?  
Shop on line and compare the lowest fare with the fare that is nonstop or makes only one connection. The difference might be less than you think and could save you time and aggravation.
What To Wear in Rome:
Rome is warm year round so you can keep your wardrobe simple.  Base it on a few neutral colors like brown and black to travel light and flexible.
Black is a popular color for clothing in Italy and does not show wrinkles. Add accent with colorful scarves. Shopping for them in Rome could be fun and it only takes three or four to add a different accent of color each day. Any color harmonizes with the basic brown, grey, or black. A scarf can go around the neck, around the waist, or on the head and can add a lively accent to the simple brown or black.
Men can stick to the basic black or brown also and bring a few colorful sweaters to accent. Rome is a sophisticated city and could require formal dress in some restaurants (Necktie suit jacket, dress) Rome has a climate similar to the mid USA at sea level, cool Dec. Jan. 40s but no ice or snow, warm summers, June July August, 80s  possible light rain in Spring.

Air Travel To Rome (FCO)

 The airport is named after the town 40 minutes outside of Rome on the coast were the airport is located.
Train service reaches the City of Rome

Air Travel To Rome (FCO)  
Train service reaches the City of Rome where train and bus service is available
Air Travel To Rome (FCO)  
will put you outside the city. Train service reaches the City of Rome where other trains and buses serve all of Italy
 FCO Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, forty minute drive southwest of Rome, provides Air Travel To Rome with an airport that includes hotels,rental cars, bus and train service that connects to Rome's train system.
FCO Airport is named after the town, 40 minutes outside of Rome on the coast, were the airport is located
Save on air travel by traveling on certain days.
According to the experts quoted in a Wall Street Journal article, the
best days to fly are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. These days bring the best ticket prices.
The day that you buy the tickets is also important.  The best time to buy your tickets is one or two months before your travel day and the
best days to buy are Tuesday evening, Wednesday,  and Thursday.  
Saturday and Sunday are not good days to make your purchase, they are apt to bring the
highest prices because weekends are when many people are shopping for air tickets.
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