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Direct (non-stop) flights from Verona to Rome


VRNDeparture

VRN

Verona, Verona, Italy

1h 0m, 258 miles
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FCODestination

FCO

Fiumicino, Rome, Italy Terminal 3


Weekdays:
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Aircrafts:
Boeing 787
Airlines:
Flight time:
1h 0m
Route distance:
258 miles, 415 km

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All flight schedules from Verona, Italy to Fiumicino, Italy. This route is operated by 2 airline(s), and the departure time is between 10:00 - 17:00. The distance is 258 miles.

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Neos

Neos flight schedule from Verona to Fiumicino

All weekly departures with Neos.

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NO647
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VRN

FCO

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FCO

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FCO

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FCO

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FCO

10:00
10:00 VRN

11:00 FCO

  • Terminal:
    3
  • Flight time:
    01:00
  • Distance:
    415 km, 258 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Boeing 787
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VRN

FCO

NO710
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VRN

FCO

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VRN

FCO

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VRN

FCO

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VRN

FCO

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FCO

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VRN

FCO

17:00
17:00 VRN

18:00 FCO

  • Terminal:
    3
  • Flight time:
    01:00
  • Distance:
    415 km, 258 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Boeing 787

Airports fact and comparison

Verona VRN

Verona (VRN) is a mid-sized airport in Italy. You can fly to 56 destinations with 19 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Verona

56
 

Number of airlines

41
 

Weekly departures

89
 

Fiumicino FCO

Fiumicino (FCO) is the largest airport in Italy and is based in Rome. You can fly to 185 destinations with 80 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Fiumicino

185
 

Number of airlines

115
 

Weekly departures

1365
 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How long does a flight from Stockholm to Doha take, which airport is the busiest and to which terminal will I arrive? Here you can find answers to our most asked questions.

The flight is just under 1 hour.
There are 4 direct flights every day.
The flight numbers are AZ1490, AZ1494, AZ1488, AZ1492, NO1351, NO384, NO184, NO1350 together with 3 additional flights.
From Verona you will fly out from Verona (VRN) and you will be landing at Fiumicino (FCO).
Alitalia and Neos fly this route with the same aircraft: Embraer 19X/17X.
Two airlines. Alitalia and Neos have non-stop flights to Rome.
They arrive at terminal 1 or 3.
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