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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 57 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Milan|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Brussels Airlines, easyJet|
Whenever you need to make the journey, flying from London to Milan should be simple. Regular daily services are provided by easyJet, Alitalia, British Airways and Ryanair, with planes taking off almost every hour from a wide range of London's airports. The flight time to Milan is just under two hours, and no changes will be required. There will be early morning departures before 7 a.m. every day, as well as evening departures. The last plane leaves slightly later on weekdays, so plan around this.
The London-Milan flight route is well-served with around a dozen direct flights daily from Ryanair, EasyJet, British Airways, and Alitalia departing between 6:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. Ryanair leaves from Stansted, easyJet from Luton or Gatwick, British Airways from Heathrow, and Alitalia from Heathrow or London City.
The 2-hour flight arrives at one of Milan's three airports: Linate, Malpensa or Orio al Serio (located outside the city of Bergamo). Linate is served by Alitalia and is the closest to the city center at approx 8 km away. Malpensa is served by easyJet and British Airways and lies roughly 30 km from the city. Ryanair flies into Orio al Serio, located approximately 45 km from Milan. A train journey to the city center from Malpensa takes approximately 30-40 minutes, while the connection by road from Bergamo is just over an hour. As well as direct flights, indirect flights with a stopover are offered by a wide range of airlines including Vueling, SAS, Germanwings, Iberia, Airberlin, TAP Portugal, Meridiana, Aer Lingus and Air Malta.
Flights from London to Milan depart from London Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and City Airports, depending on the airline involved. To get to Heathrow, the express train from Paddington is the quickest option. Trains to Stansted depart from Liverpool Street, to Luton from Kings Cross St Pancras and to London Gatwick from Victoria station. National express coaches will be a cheaper, reliable alternative. To get to the more centrally located City Airport, take the Docklands Light Railway from Canning Town. For late or very early flights from all airports, a taxi will be advisable.
With its stunning opera house, proud footballing tradition, wide range of museums and an elegant, vibrant fashion scene, Milan has it all. Flights from London to Milan touch down at Linate to the east of the city, Bergamo to the north-east, and Malpensa to the west. The train from Malpensa takes about 30 minutes. Bergamo is connected to the city via the Terravision bus service or the Orio Shuttle, both of which take about an hour. Linate is the closest to Milan. From there, bus route 73 runs all day from 5:30 a.m. until 12:30 a.m. and coaches will also be available.