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The Marche region is easily accessible from the UK by plane. Ryanair has daily flights from Stansted to Ancona and Pescara. Car hire companies, such Avis, Hertz, Sixt, operate at both airports. Further afield, Perugia, Forlì, Rimini, Pisa and Rome Ciampino also have Ryanair flights from various airports in the UK and Ireland. Alternatively, British Airways flies from Heathrow and Gatwick to Bologna. BMI flies from Aberdeen and Heathrow to Venice and from Birmingham to Rome Fiumicino via its low-cost subsidiary BMI Baby, while Easyjet operates routes from Luton to Rimini and from a number o airports to Rome.
Ancona also has flights from many other European cities, such as Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and Barcelona.
Ancona is also well connected by Ferries to Albania, Croatia, Greek and Turkey. The town served by ferries from the Ancona port are: Durres, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Igoumanitsa, Patras, Cesme.
American Airlines fly daily from JFK airport (New York) to Stansted (London), with onward travel to Ancona by Ryanair. Other intercontinental flights to Italy usually arrive at Rome Fiumicino, Milan or Bologna, where it is easy to collect a hire car to reach Le Marche but also busses and trains.