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When it comes to funds, the budget you should bring should be considerably higher than what you would spend in Melbourne. Restaurants, food items, transportation, and other necessities are more expensive in New York, making it necessary that you prepare a generous allowance for your trip.

Flight information Melbourne to Rome

cheapest return price from Melbourne to Rome last month

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airlines fly direct from Melbourne to Rome

21h 40min

average flight time from Melbourne to Rome, total distance 15987 kilometres

Emirates

was the most popular airline flying from Melbourne to Rome last month

2 airports

Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino

Airlines that fly from Melbourne to Rome

There are no airlines that directly serve the route between Melbourne, Australia and Rome, Italy. However, connecting flights may be booked through various airlines, including Singapore Airlines, Etihad, Alitalia, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, Emirates, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Air India, Jetstar, and China Airlines. The connecting flights serving the route between Melbourne and Rome may have one or two stopovers, including Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Amman, Dubai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, and New Delhi.

Terminal Information

Melbourne Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the second busiest airport in Australia. It serves Tullamarine, where it also takes its alternate name Tullamarine Airport. Melbourne Airport has four terminals, although it is highly likely that passengers will be using only Terminal 2 – which handles the international flights. Terminal 2 is home to 20 gates with aerobridges. Airline lounges are also available in the terminal, operated by Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, United Airlines, and Emirates.

Flights to Rome will either arrive at Rome – Fiumicino Airport or Rome – Ciampino Airport. Rome – Fiumicino is the bigger international airport that is also named after famous Roman Leonardo Da Vinci. Ciampino Airport meanwhile, is the secondary international airport of Rome that mainly serves regional flights. It is highly probable that connecting flights will arrive at the latter (Ciampino) if the stop-over of the particular connecting flight is at international airports within the region.

Practical Information

Check-in counters at Terminal 2 of Melbourne Airport are located on the first floor of the building. The airport recommends passengers of international flights to be at the airport three hours before scheduled departure time. Documents required upon checking in may include valid passport, travel documents such as ticket and/or booking reference, and departing passenger card. Visa may also apply. Customs and Border Protection screening will follow after check-in. You must proceed here at least 90 minutes before your flight.

What to expect in Rome

Rome is the capital of Italy and the Lazio region of the country. It is the country's largest and most populated community, and the fourth most populous city in the European Union by population within the city limits. Rome enjoys a Mediterranean climate with cool and humid winters and hot and dry summers. Its average annual temperature is above 20 degrees Celsius during the day and 10 degrees Celsius at night which gives it a milder climate compared to other cities in the region. Average relative humidity is about 75%, varying from 72% in July and 77% in November. Consumer prices in Rome are relatively lower than in Melbourne, sans restaurant and rent prices which are quite higher in the former. Rome is eight hours behind Melbourne, so visitors should note of that and adjust time-tellers upon arrival to the city.

This information is correct as of August 2015.

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