Flights are available daily starting in early October through the middle of May 2019. A Saturday night stay is required, and peak holiday windows are blacked out. This fare books into the standard Economy fare bucket, meaning your first checked bag is included in the price. We've seen Basic Economy fares introduced to trans-Atlantic flights, but this one isn't one of them. Flights can also be purchased in combination with United and other Star Alliance partners, but some may require a long layover, booking on United metal is the best choice for streamlined connections.
Searching on United, I found seats departing ATL on Friday, January 18 and returning from FCO on Saturday, January 26, 2019. Seats are widely open at this rate so you shouldn't have too much trouble finding dates that work for you.
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