Rome flights from $816 return

Stephanie Yip 5 December 2017

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Fly China Southern during summer dates at $300+ less than other full service carriers.


Choosing a less popular airline can save you hundreds on flights. Fact.

That's what's going on with China Southern flights to Rome right now. These are selling on Flight Centre from $816 return, making them the cheapest flights on the site. Compared to Etihad, which is this route's most popular airline according to Flight Centre, that's over $300 less for flights on similar dates.

It's up to you which airline you side with but for a bargain fare, China Southern is it.

Routes available include Perth to Rome from $816, Sydney to Rome from $966, Melbourne to Rome from $949 return and travel is for June 2018, which is the beginning of summer and the ideal time to visit before the holidaymakers flock in.

There's no set end date for this sale though, at these prices, we doubt they'll stick around for long.

Jump on them now and prepare for a European summer through Flight Centre.

Rome flights on sale with China Southern

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To
Travel dates
Price (return)
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SydneyRome1-15 June 2018
$966
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MelbourneRome1-15 June 2018
$949
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BrisbaneRome1-15 June 2018
$967
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PerthRome1-15 June 2018
$816
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AdelaideRome1-15 June 2018
$822
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