Newark to Rome flight duration

What is the flight duration from Newark to Rome?

On average there are 12 flights flying direct each day from Newark to Rome. Below you will find the quickest flight duration, the average flight time and the longest flight duration.

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Depart
NYCA
Arrive
FCO

Average direct flight time is 8 hours 28 minutes.

The fastest direct flight from Newark (NYCA) to Rome (FCO) has a duration of 7 hours 40 minutes.

A distance of 4,289 miles / 6,902 km.

Related: Return journey Rome to Newark flight duration

Newark to Rome flight duration breakdown

  • Average flight duration: 8 hours 28 minutes
  • Shortest flight duration: 7 hours 40 minutes
  • Longest flight duration: 11 hours 15 minutes
  • Average daily flights: 12

Airport, Distances & Flight Duration Information

  • The average flight time from Newark to Rome is 8 hours 28 minutes
  • Distance from Newark to Rome is 4,289 miles / 6,902 km
  • Newark is served by 3 airports New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
  • 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 Newark, United States 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 8 hours 28 minutes but on occasion could be longer than the stated time.


DIRECT FLIGHTS

New York Newark to Rome Fiumicino
8 hours 20 minutes
New York John F. Kennedy to Rome Fiumicino
Flying with KLM
8 hours 15 minutes
New York John F. Kennedy to Rome Fiumicino
11 hours 15 minutes

INDIRECT FLIGHTS (multi stop)

Newark to Rome flight time via London Gatwick | EWR to CIA via LGW
Newark to London Gatwick
6 hours 30 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
10 hours 55 minutes
London Gatwick to Rome
2 hours 30 minutes
Total journey time
19 hours 55 minutes
Newark to Rome flight time via Moscow Sheremetyevo | EWR to CIA via SVO
Newark to Moscow Sheremetyevo
9 hours 15 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
2 hours 15 minutes
Moscow Sheremetyevo to Rome
3 hours 45 minutes
Total journey time
15 hours 15 minutes
Newark to Rome flight time via Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau | EWR to CIA via YUL
Newark to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
1 hours 24 minutes
Wait for connecting flight
2 hours 16 minutes
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to Rome
7 hours 45 minutes
Total journey time
11 hours 25 minutes

Airlines flying between Newark and Rome

Most popular airlines that fly the route between Newark and Rome

British Airways
British Airways
Norwegian
Norwegian
TAP
TAP

Newark & Rome local time and timezones

Rome, Italy time is 6 hours ahead of Newark, United States

Date and time in Newark, United States:
08:02 Fri, 6 Dec, 2019,
New York Timezone: EST (-05:00)

Date and time in Rome, Italy:
14:02 Fri, 6 Dec, 2019,
Rome Timezone: CET (+01:00)


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Guide to Rome, Italy

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