Considering there is a distance of 477 km between these two cities, taking a flight to get from Milan to Rome is a good option, as the average trip duration is about 1 hour. You can find up to 20 daily connections between your departure city and Rome, 20 of which are direct flights. </br></br><strong> The departure airport </strong></br> Milan main airport is Milan Linate Airport, which is 6 km away from the centre. 17 flights to Rome leave from here everyday, from 06:55 to 21:00. These flights are operated by companies like Alitalia, easyJet. You can take a shuttle bus from Milan to Milan Linate Airport to get to the airport purchasing the tickets together with the air tickets online on Wanderio. Thanks to our service, in fact, you can compare all the available airlines and find other means of transport to organize your trip, such as the transfers to get to the airport or to your destination. </br> Another airport to start your journey from is Milan Malpensa Airport, which is served by easyJet, Alitalia. The first take-off is at 07:00 while the last one occurs at 18:05; to get to the airport, that is 40 km distant, you can take a transfer to Milan Malpensa Airport from Milan. </br></br><strong> The arrival airport </strong></br> If you’re going from Milan to Rome by plane, you will land at Rome Fiumicino Airport . The main airport is 22 km away from the centre and can be easily reached by taking a shuttle bus from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Rome. However, in case you land elsewhere, you can find transfers from your arrival airport to your destination on Wanderio.