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Private Jet Charter Milan to Rome
Mercury Jets provides on-demand private jet charters from Milan to Rome.
Founded in 735 B.C., no other city in the world stirs the senses of its visitors quite like the city of Rome. Start your exploration of this ancient city’s past with a walk on the sun-soaked cobblestone walkways of Piazza Venezia in the heart of Rome. With each step, it will feel like you are turning back the pages of time as you become immersed in the story of one of the most influential and complex civilizations in the history of the world. Today, the ancient sites of Rome blend seamlessly into the thriving modern-day city of more than 3 million residents. Rome’s historical sites, arts and culture, and culinary mastery make it one of the most popular destinations for on-demand private jet travelers from Milan.
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Three Unique Ways to Experience Rome
Cooking Classes: A Delicious Experience You Can Take Home
One of the most authentic Roman experiences is learning how to prepare traditional dishes. Classes are held in small groups in a variety of intimate settings that include rooftop terraces, countryside villas, vineyards, and even a restaurant in the Trevi District, steps away from the famous Trevi Fountain. Guided by a local chef, meals are prepared from scratch, such as ricotta-stuffed ravioli or creamy fettuccine. For more casual fare, try your hand at making a classic Margherita pizza. During your class, you’ll learn how to match your dish with a glass of Italian wine.
Colosseum Underground with Arena Floor Access
For a professionally guided close-up exploration of Rome’s famous Colosseum, you can tour the underground chambers that are off-limits to the general public. You can walk on the arena floor where battles took place and explore the passages where gladiators once prepared for battle and wild animals were kept. The experience also includes a tour of the Roman Forum where you can learn about Imperial-era life in this ancient place. The Forum was once was lined with open-air markets and shops, but its main purpose was a place for public meetings, law courts, and in Republican Times, gladiator battles. During the empire, the Forum was a center for religious ceremonies.
Bicycle on the Queen of Roads, the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica)
If you want to spend a quiet afternoon away from Rome, consider taking a bike ride on the Appian Way. There is no better way to imagine what Roman life was like long ago than by taking a bike ride on this ancient superhighway flanked with towering Italian Stone Pines. Appius Claudius Crassus Caecus, a Roman censor, established the road in 312 B.C. to efficiently move Roman soldiers and supplies. This 400-mile road reached the far end of the Roman Empire on the Adriatic coast from where Roman ships set sail to Greece and Egypt. Originally a smooth road, the remaining large stones you’ll see on the Appian Way are original.
What Airport Should I Use for My Private Charter Flight from Milan to Rome?
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (LIRF), is the major international airport in Rome and located 20 miles (25 km) from the city.
Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport (LIRA), 9 miles (15 km) from the city.
What Type of Aircraft Should I Use for a Private Charter Flight from Milan to Rome?
Super Midsize jets for the route from Milan to Rome include the Bombardier Challenger 350, Cessna Citation Sovereign, and the Hawker 1000. Super midsize jets typically transport a maximum of 9 passengers and feature a stand-up cabin with flat floors, versatile seating configurations, and generous luggage space.
The Bombardier Challenger 350 design aesthetics provide passengers with a superior private flying experience. With a top speed of 515 mph, the Challenger 350 is an efficient jet with a baggage capacity of 106 cubic feet.
Charter clients frequently select the Cessna Citation Sovereign because of this jet’s versatile, comfortable seating and capability to fly at Mach .75 while delivering a smooth ride. The jet can accommodate up to 135 cubic feet of baggage.
The Hawker 1000 is popular amongst private jet charter clients for the jet’s quiet, comfortable cabin and baggage capacity of 100 cubic feet.
Super midsize jets typically include a full galley, catering, and flight attendant service.
Midsize jets include the Hawker 850XP, Citation XLS+, and the Learjet 60XR.
The Hawker 850XP features digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment. The jet has a fast climb rate, a range of 2,642 nautical miles, and a baggage capacity of 49 cubic feet.
The Citation XLS+ has one of the shortest takeoff capabilities of any jet in the midsize class and can climb to cruise altitude in under 15 minutes. Carrying up to nine passengers comfortably, the XLS+ has a baggage capacity of 79 cubic feet.
Private jet clients select the Learjet 60XR for its combination of the best technology and comfort. This powerful jet can climb at 6,000 feet per minute with a maximum cruise speed of 513 mph. The 60XR has a range of 2,691 miles and a baggage capacity of 48 cubic feet.
Midsize jets typically seat up to 9 passengers and include catering and flight attendant service.
Light jet options include for private jet charters include the Cessna Citation M2, the Learjet 75, and the Phenom 100. Light jets offer a cost-effective charter option configured for speed and efficiency.
The M2 features include warm LED lighting throughout the cabin and a top speed of 404 knots. The M2 has a maximum range of 1,550 nautical miles and a baggage capacity of 46 cubic feet.
The Learjet 75 is configured for speed, utility, and comfort with a top speed of Mach 0.80 with a range of more than 2,040 miles. A state-of-the-art cabin entertainment management system includes six personal touch-screen monitors that can be stowed or deployed as needed. This jet has a baggage capacity of 50 cubic feet.
The Embraer Phenom 100 has an aesthetically pleasing cabin design and comfortable seating for conversation or relaxation. The Phenom 100 has a generous baggage capacity of 70 cubic feet.
Light jets can seat up to 10 passengers and typically include digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment.
Airport Distances and Flight Times from Milan to Rome
Private Jet from Linate Airport (LIML) to Rome
Private Jet from Il Caravaggio Orio al Serio Airport (BGY) to Rome
Distances and flight times shown in the charts above should be considered as estimates only. One (1) nautical mile is equal to 1.1508 statute miles.
Whether your visit to Rome is brief or an extended stay, your time spent will be filled with the wonders of an ancient civilization blended with modern-day life. Today’s Rome is a delightful fusion of history, art, and culture and the sumptuous flavors of authentic Roman recipes handed down over generations. You will come away from Rome embracing life and making plans to return for more explorations.
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