Good news if you live near Chicago and are looking for flights to Rome, Italy this summer. United Airlines announced it will expand service to the Italian capital with flights once every day from its Chicago hub to Rome.
The non-stop flights will be in service only during the peak summer travel season, from May 1 through August 31, 2010. Non-stop flights from Washington, DC’s Dulles Airport will continue operating once each day and are not affected by the increased service in flights to Rome Italy from Chicago.
With the increased service, summer vacationers living in the mid-western regions of the US will have more opportunities to find cheap flights to Europe this summer. Although airplane ticket pricing is highest in the peak summer months, tickets are available now for summer travel – and pricing is the lowest it will be.
Check with us for consolidator airfare in Business Class for your flights to Rome – by purchasing your airfare now, when cheap airplane tickets to Rome are still available, you’ll enjoy substantial savings over costs this summer.