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Flights to Italy

Amazing history, charming cities, and legendary food make Italy a popular destination for travel. As such, the country benefits from a number of airports across the country. At some of Italy’s busiest airports like Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome or Milano Malpensa Airport in Milan you will find a great number of both international and domestic flights connecting Italy to Europe and beyond, as well as to many of the great regions within the country itself. Remember that you can also book many airport transfers with Omio when you fly to Italy.

Once in Italy you can easily travel the country with high-speed train, find your best routes and train tickets for train travel in Italy here.

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Major Airlines Flying to Italy

Alitalia, Italy’s national airline, has their hub in Rome at Fiumicino Airport. They operate flights to and from most other Italian airports like Naples, Venice, and Turin, and have a secondary hub in Milan at Linate Airport.

Other major airlines include easyJet which service a large number of the main airports in Italy including Rome, Milan, Naples and Pisa, and Ryanair which is a major provider of flights into Rome and Tuscany via Pisa International Airport. Other large international airlines include British Airways, Finnair, Whizz Air, Germanwings, Air France and Air Berlin.

Popular Flight Routes to Italy

Some of the most popular routes when flying to and from Italy include international and domestic flights into Rome, where the busiest airport is located, as well as Milan, where the second busiest airport is located. Other popular destinations include Venice, which has regular flights to many European capitals like London, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin. The routes from Pisa to the UK are also particularly busy, with regular flights to this main airport servicing Tuscany from Bristol and London, and seasonal flights from Manchester, Liverpool and the East Midlands.

 

Connections to and from major Airports in Rome

Rome is served by 2 airports: Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino airports. Fiumicino is the first hub of the country and the seventh in Europe. The most important airport in terms of number of passengers and destinations, with over 41.5 million national and international passengers served in 2016, and almost 100 airlines. Rome Ciampino is the ninth airport of the country with over 5.5 million passengers and main hub of low cost airlines.

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Rome Fiumicino is about 32 km from Rome. It is reachable by:

  • The Leonardo Express departing from Rome Termini tracks 23 and 24 and reaching Terminals 1 and 3. There are 136 journeys per day with a departure every 15 minutes. Journey time is 32 minutes.
  • With Terravision starting from Roma Termini, TAM starting from Roma Ostiense and Sitbus that starts from Via Crescenzio near the Basilica of San Pietro (Metro Ottaviano) and arrive at the airport in about 40 minutes.

Rome Ciampino is about 7 km from Rome. It is reachable with:

  • Trenitalia there is a regional train that leaves from Ciampino station (reachable by public transport) which takes about 35 minutes.
  • SitBus buses that arrivive at Roma Termini in about 40 minutes.

Airport transfers and connections to and from Milan airports

Milan has 2 airports: Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa, plus the Bergamo Orio al Serio airport . The airports are all reachable by train and bus with various companies. Here are some details on how to reach airports near Milan.


Milan Malpensa is about 50 km from Milan. It can be reached by:

  • Malpensa Express from Milan Cadorna and Milan Central and arrival at Terminals 1 and 2. Frequency: every 30 minutes. Journey time: 46 minutes from Cadorna, 57 minutes from Milano Centrale.
  • Terravision from Milano Centrale to Terminals 1 and 2 in about 50 minutes.

Milan Linate is about 7 km from Milan. It is reachable by:

  • By bus with the public transport line 73 which arrives in Piazza Duomo in about 45 minutes.

Bergamo Orio al Serio is about 50 km from Milan and 5 km from Bergamo. It is reachable: by:

  • Trenitalia from Milan Porta Garibaldi, Milan Central and Milan Lambrate. It is necessary to make a change in Bergamo. Duration about 1 hour and 20 minutes (change included).
  • Terravision Terravision arriving in Milan Central. Duration: 1 hour. Frequency: every 25-30 minutes.

Airport transfers and connections to and from Palermo airport

Palermo is served by only one airport, called Falcone Borsellino which is located in Punta Raisi. Here are some details on how to reach the Palermo airport.


Palermo airport is about 30 km from the city. It is reachable by:

  • By bus with the Prestia and Comandè buses that leave every 30 minutes and take about 50 minutes to reach Piazza Giulio Cesare near the Palermo Central station.
 

Airport transfers and connections to and from Venice airports

Venice is served by 2 airports: Venice Marco Polo and Treviso A. Canova. The airports are all reachable by train and bus with various companies. Here are some details on how to reach Venice airports.


The Marco Polo airport is only 8 km from Venice. It is reachable by:

  • In autobus con ATVO By bus with ATVO which reaches the bus park in Piazzale Roma in about 20 minutes. Departures are every 30 minutes and the service is available from 5:20 am to 12:50 am (from the airport) and from 4:20 am to 11:30 pm (from Venice).

Treviso Antonio Canova airport is only 3 km from the center of Treviso and about 31 km from Venice. It is reachable by:

  • By bus with ATVO which reaches the bus parking area in Piazzale Roma in about 1 hour and 10 minutes. Departures are every 20-25 minutes and the service is available from 5:30 am to 8:40 pm (from Venice) and from 8:10 am to 11:25 pm (from Treviso airport). The bus also stops at the Venezia Mestre station.
 

Main Airports in Italy

Aeroporti di Roma Fiumicino

Address: Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino,
00054 Fiumicino RM, Italy
Amenities: Shops + restaurants,
WiFi,
airport lounges,
assistance for those with reduced mobility,
toilets,
currency exchange,
tourist information points
Public Transport to the City Center: Several Buses, Leonardo Express, Regional FL1 trains, Taxi Rank Airlines: American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, British Airways, Alitalia.

Malpensa Airport, Milan

Address: 21010 Ferno,
VA, Italy
Amenities: Shops + Restaurants,
WiFi,
Airport Lounges,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
Toilets,
Currency Exchange,
Tourist Information
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Public Transport to the City Center: Malpensa Express, Malpensa Bus, Taxis Airlines: American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Alitalia, British Airways.

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Address: 07611 Palma,
Balearic Islands, Italy
Amenities: Shops + Restaurants,
WiFi,
Airport Lounges,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
Toilets,
Currency Exchange,
Tourist Information.
Public Transport to the City Center:City Bus ACTV 15, ATVO Venezia Express, ACTV urban bus line 5, Taxis Airlines: American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Alitalia, British Airways, easyJet.

 

Types of Planes in Italy

All types of planes can be found across the wide range of airlines flying to and from Italy including a range from smaller jets up to large wide-bodied craft for long distance journeys. As Italy’s flag carrier airlines, Alitalia runs a fleet of planes including the Airbus A319-100, Airbus A320-200, Airbus A321-100, Airbus A330-200 and the Boeing 777-200ER aimed for transatlantic and long-distance routes.

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