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Non-Stop flights to Italy in June (from Washington DC)

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Am trying to decide on INTO Rome and OUT OF Venice OR INTO Venice and OUT of Rome. I have already read many suggestions on this, but there is one thing I haven't really seen addressed. We will be going in June from Washington, DC. I am hoping to get a non-stop flight, at minimum on the leg INTO Italy. This is because I'd like my two small children to sleep as much as possible on the way into Italy without being woken to change planes. I am assuming it will be more likely to find a non-stop INTO Rome and less likely INTO Venice. Does anyone know if a non-stop into Rome is more likely than Venice? Thank you!

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