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Flight information Rome to Catania Fontanarossa
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Average flight time, total distance 532 kilometres
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Frequently asked questions
Which airlines fly from Rome to Catania?
Compare direct flights from Rome to Catania with 4 airlines:
All direct flights depart from Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). More airlines have 1-stop flights from Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino (CIA).
Is there a time difference between Rome and Catania?
No, both cities are in the same time zone.
What is the weather like in Catania?
Catania is pleasant to visit any time of year, although if you want to avoid the heat and the crowds, it's best to favour the shoulder seasons of April to June and late September to October. Average temperatures vary from 11°C in January to 26°C in August.
How expensive is Catania?
Essential travel information for Catania
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Departing from Rome
All direct flights from Rome to Catania depart from Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO), also called Leonardo da Vinci Airport. This is Rome's busiest airport, with 3 terminals dedicated to different airlines. Check your flight booking to see where you should check in.
Some connecting flights with low-cost carriers use the smaller Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA). Although this airport is twice as close to Rome city centre, travel from both airports takes around 30 minutes.
Whichever airport you use, you should arrive for check-in 2 hours before domestic flights to Catania.
Arriving in Catania
Catania Fontanarossa Airport (CTA), also called Vincenzo Bellini Airport, is a small terminal with limited facilities. You can get cash from an ATM and enjoy some light snacks and drinks before heading to your accommodation.
The airport is 4km from Catania, one of the largest towns on Sicily. The Alibus runs every 20 minutes to the city centre and train station, or you can take a taxi for around €10. If you want to explore Sicily your own way, you can hire a car from Catania Airport.
Return flights from Catania to Rome
Catania Fontanarossa Airport has very limited services, so you won't want to spend longer there than you have to. However, you should make sure you arrive with at least 1 hour to spare before the check-in counter closes.
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Please note: all information is correct as of January 2019.
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