When to Book Business Class Flights from Boston to Rome
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Top tips for finding Business Class flights to Rome
The Italian capital is served by two main airports; however, Business Class flights to Rome only arrive at Rome Fiumicino (FCO) while Rome Ciampino (CIA) is used more by low-cost airlines.
Business Class from both British Airways and Alitalia offer a generous baggage allowance allowing you to check-in two pieces of luggage and take a further two bags with you on board.
With Business Class flights to Rome, Alitalia passengers can enjoy the SkyTeam Lounge in Terminal 4, while British Airways passengers can access this lounge as well as the British Airways Galleries North Club Lounge in Terminal 5.
FAQs - booking Business Class Rome flights
Which airline has the best Business Class amenities for flights to Rome?
If you are looking for Business Class flights to Rome, you can choose from British Airways Club Europe and Alitalia Business Class for direct flights. Both airlines offer supreme comfort with only four seats per row allowing for more space and ergonomic leather seats. Both also offer high-quality food and drink onboard; British Airways provide a global cuisine including British classics, while Alitalia provides an Italian-inspired menu for your journey to Rome.
Which airline provides flat bed seats for Business Class flights to Rome?
As flights to Rome are classified as short haul, neither British Airways nor Alitalia offer flat bed seats on board their Business Class cabins. Nevertheless, you will have plenty of space and will be comfortable for the duration of your flight. With British Airways Club Europe, for example, your seats have a 30" seat pitch and a fully adjustable headrest.
Which airline lounge provides the best Business Class amenities for flights to Rome?
If having the best lounge is a priority, then British Airways provides the better experience for Business Class flights to Rome. At London Heathrow, you can access the Galleries North Club Lounge with plenty of space to relax or work and a selection of snacks and refreshments available. With both British Airways and Alitalia, however, you can enjoy a priority pass through security and a dedicated check-in desk to breeze through the airport.