Eurofly Launches Non-Stop Flights from New York to Rome -- Airline's Growth Continues with Convenient Weekend flights, Expanded Season, Affordable Rates, & New Aircrafts

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Eurofly, a leading air travel provider in Italy, is introducing the addition of Rome as a new destination for non-stop, regularly scheduled, weekend flights originating from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. The direct Rome flights will conveniently depart every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout Eurofly's newly expanded season, from May 11 thru November 12, aboard brand-new Airbus 330-200 aircrafts from $659 round-trip. Eurofly currently offers non-stop flights from New York to more Italian cities than any other airline and is the only carrier with direct, scheduled service to Palermo. In addition to the new Rome flights, travelers can fly non-stop from New York to Naples and Bologna from just $659 round trip or to Palermo from just $709 round trip. Fly into Naples to explore the Amalfi Coast; discover the treasures of Venice or Tuscany from Bologna; or experience the intrigue and old world beauty of Sicily from Palermo.

Eurofly, a leading air travel provider in Italy, is introducing the addition of Rome as a new destination for non-stop, regularly scheduled, weekend flights originating from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. The direct Rome flights will conveniently depart every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout Eurofly's newly expanded season, from May 11 thru November 12, aboard brand-new Airbus 330-200 aircrafts from $659 round-trip.

"The launch of these non-stop flights to Rome offered three times each weekend provides travelers with even more opportunities to enjoy the vacation of their dreams across Italy," said Rosario Mariani, GSA for Eurofly USA. "Plus, flying direct with Eurofly means no transfer-airport confusion and more time on the ground to explore their destinations of choice -- all at affordable rates and with the reliability, customer service, and comfort that travelers have come to know from Eurofly for more than 17 years."

Beyond the comfort and convenience offered by these newly scheduled flights, there is no surcharge for weekend travel, unlike flights offered by other carriers. Travelers can easily book flights 24 hours a day online at http://www.euroflyusa.com, where they can also include a variety of hotel and car rental options.

Travelers to Rome will revel in the tapestry of sights, sounds, flavors and feelings of Italy's bustling capital. Sights to see include the Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, plus much more! By night, travelers can enjoy cocktails at a cafe and dinner at one of Rome's many trattorias followed by a stroll through the cities lively piazzas.

Eurofly currently offers non-stop flights from New York to more Italian cities than any other airline and is the only carrier with direct, scheduled service to Palermo. In addition to the new Rome flights, travelers can fly non-stop from New York to Naples and Bologna from just $659 round trip or to Palermo from just $709 round trip. Fly into Naples to explore the Amalfi Coast; discover the treasures of Venice or Tuscany from Bologna; or experience the intrigue and old world beauty of Sicily from Palermo.

Established in 1989, Eurofly is a leading air travel provider to Italy, offering non-stop flights from New York to more Italian cities than any other airline. Reliable and convenient, Eurofly's flights from New York's JFK to Rome, Naples, Bologna and Palermo operate at regularly scheduled times from May 11 through November 12 aboard their pristine fleet of Airbus 330-200 aircraft. Based in Milan's Malpensa, Eurofly is also the official carrier of FC Inter and AC Milan soccer teams as well as the Ferrari racing team. Visit http://www.euroflyusa.com today to book your dream trip across Italy.

For Italy, the best way to fly is Eurofly!

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