Manchester to Rome flight duration

What is the flight duration from Manchester to Rome?

On average there are 2 flights flying direct each day from Manchester to Rome. Below you will find the quickest flight duration, the average flight time and the longest flight duration.

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Average direct flight time is 2 hours 50 minutes.

The fastest direct flight from Manchester (MAN) to Rome (FCO) has a duration of 2 hours 45 minutes.

A distance of 1,050 miles / 1,689 km.

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Manchester to Rome flight duration breakdown

  • Average flight duration: 2 hours 50 minutes
  • Shortest flight duration: 2 hours 45 minutes
  • Longest flight duration: 2 hours 55 minutes
  • Average daily flights: 2

Airport, Distances & Flight Duration Information

  • The average flight time from Manchester to Rome is 2 hours 50 minutes
  • Distance from Manchester to Rome is 1,050 miles / 1,689 km
  • Manchester is served by 1 airports Manchester Airport (MAN)
  • Rome is served by 2 airports Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO), Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA)
  • The currency in Rome, Italy is the Euro

Planning a trip or just interested to find out the flight time between Manchester, United Kingdom and Rome, Italy? Be prepared, as flight times can change depending on many factors such as, weather condition, wind speed, flight path and congestion in the air. Due to these factors the actual flight time could be less than 2 hours 50 minutes but on occasion could be longer than the stated time.


Manchester to Rome Ciampino
Flying with Ryanair
2 hours 45 minutes
Manchester to Rome Fiumicino
Flying with Jet2
2 hours 55 minutes


Manchester to Rome flight time via Amsterdam | MAN to CIA via AMS
Manchester to Amsterdam
1 hours 20 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
45 minutes
Amsterdam to Rome
2 hours 10 minutes
Total journey time
4 hours 15 minutes
Manchester to Rome flight time via Milan Malpensa | MAN to CIA via MXP
Manchester to Milan Malpensa
2 hours 10 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
1 hours 15 minutes
Milan Malpensa to Rome
1 hours 15 minutes
Total journey time
4 hours 40 minutes
Manchester to Rome flight time via Frankfurt am Main | MAN to CIA via FRA
Manchester to Frankfurt am Main
1 hours 40 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
55 minutes
Frankfurt am Main to Rome
1 hours 45 minutes
Total journey time
4 hours 20 minutes

Airlines flying between Manchester and Rome

Most popular airlines that fly the route between Manchester and Rome


Manchester & Rome local time and timezones

Rome, Italy time is 1 hours ahead of Manchester, United Kingdom

Date and time in Manchester, United Kingdom:
11:28 Sun, 19 Jan, 2020,
London Timezone: GMT (+00:00)

Date and time in Rome, Italy:
12:28 Sun, 19 Jan, 2020,
Rome Timezone: CET (+01:00)

Jet Lag effects from flying between Manchester and Rome

Advice on ways to combat jet lag gained from flying between Manchester and Rome

Manchester to Rome jet lag effects

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The cheapest months to travel from Manchester to Rome

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Guide to Rome, Italy

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