Flights from Rome to Sardinia Italy.
Both Rome Airports;
offer airline routes to Sardinia’s different airports.
are provided by Ryanair.
The flights are available from Mid January up until around the 25th of October.
This route has daily flights with two departure times from Rome;
One early morning and one late evening, the same goes for the return flight from Cagliari to Rome.
The prices for this route do tend to be on the cheaper side.
You will find that they start going up slightly in July and August due to the peak season in Sardinia.
Daily Flights for this route are provided all year round.
The two airline companies who fly are Alitalia and Meridiana.
With Skyscanner you will be able to see all options that are available to you.
One thing I did notice while looking for flights for myself was;
The options that came back from Skyscanner were either return flights by Alitalia or Meridiana or in some cases the option could be flying out with Alitalia and the return flight with Meridiana or vice versa.
In the last cases note that Alitalia does not charge extra for hold baggage as long as you remain under the limit of 20kg, whereas Meridiana does charge extra for hold baggage, so please do take this into consideration when looking at the prices.
Direct flights to Olbia from Rome are available only from the Fiumicino airport.
Meridiana airlines provide a daily service, click here to check date, times and prices.
There are no flights from Rome Ciampino to Olbia.
Ryanair has a direct connection with Rome Ciampino to Alghero with four flights a week with only one flight per day.
Alitalia provides a direct flight from the Fiumicino airport. They seem to run from February through to October.
On the days the flights run, there are three different depature times available throughout the day.
If you are thinking of travelling to Sardinia via Rome see flights to Rome for more information about booking flights with one or more stops.