This Route is Operated by:
Blue Air, Ryanair, TAP Portugal, Vueling
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 25 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Rome|
|Flights arrive in:||Madrid|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Aegean Airlines, TAP Portugal, Vueling|
Anyone who needs to travel from Rome to Madrid will find plenty of flights any day of the year. During the week, travellers can expect 11-12 direct flights to choose from, along with 12-14 options at weekends. Moreover, with a flight time of between two hours 35 minutes and two hours 45 minutes, it won't take too long.
Flights to Madrid from Rome are provided by numerous airlines, including low-cost carriers like Ryanair and Air Europa, as well as national flag carriers Iberia and Alitalia. This means that passengers can choose an airline that suits their needs.
Travellers from Rome can expect direct flights to Madrid to take between two hours 35 minutes and two hours 45 minutes. No stops will be needed along the way, and flights leave from both Fiumicino/Leonardo da Vinci and Ciampino Airports.
Flights to Madrid leave Rome every day of the year. During the week, there are 11-12 flights, with departures leaving steadily throughout the day. At weekends, flight frequencies increase a little to 12-14 options.
Departure airports: Flights to Madrid will take off from either Fiumicino/Leonardo da Vinci or Ciampino Airports. Fiumicino is around 40 miles outside town but is easily accessible via an express rail connection from Roma Termini. Trains depart every 30 minutes and take just over half an hour. Terravision, SIT and TAM also run shuttle buses to the airport. Those leaving from Ciampino can take a variety of shuttle buses, all leaving from outside Termini Station. Both airports offer plenty of places to eat and relax, as well as on-site WiFi connectivity.
Arrival airport: All flights from Rome will arrive at Madrid Barajas Airport. Barajas is a few miles outside Madrid's centre, in the northeastern part of the city, but reaching central attractions and hotels won't be hard. Arrivals can transfer to Metro Line 8 (Pink). Alternatively, travellers can hop on the EMT 200 or 101 bus or catch the slightly faster 203 Expres, which runs to Atocha Train Station. Buses leave 24 hours a day, every 15-20 minutes and leave from Terminal 1.