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Flights to Turin

Turin is the capital of the Italian Piedmont region and an important business centre and tourist destination. The city features rich and historic architecture dating back centuries, Grand Master artworks and a lively contemporary art scene. International visitors and tourists arrive in Turin from all areas of the globe. Turin Airport, also known as Turin Caselle, is the main city airport and is located about nine miles from the centre of town.

Which is the main airport in Turin?

Turin Airport is the only one serving the city of Turin and is less than ten miles out of town. Other nearby airports include Turin Cuneo International, which mainly handles flights from budget airlines, and Malpensa International in Milan.

Which airlines offer flights to Turin?

Approximately 25 airlines offer flights to the airport in Turin, including TUI, Air Italy, British Airways, Jet2, Ryanair and easyJet. This makes it easy for travellers to source affordable, last-minute flights to Turin at any time of year. UK airlines fly direct from airports such as London Gatwick, Stansted, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester, and journey times are less than 2 hours.  The most popular UK routes to Turin are from Stansted and Gatwick, while the busiest European routes are from Paris Charles de Gaulle, Frankfurt, Munich and Barcelona.

Why travel by plane to Turin?

It's easy and quick to get to Turin by air from the UK, and many regional airports also provide direct flights into Turin Caselle.  Where direct flights are unavailable, using other nearby Italian airports, such as Milan, offers more flexibility and increases affordability when flying to Turin.

Before you travel to Turin by plane - good to know!

As a major centre for the Italian motor industry, Turin gets more than its fair share of business visitors. Regular visitors will probably have spent time touring all the major city landmarks, but may not yet have discovered Turin's ancient links to black and white magic. Various guided tours explaining the magical, esoteric side of Turin are available, but a little online research and a walk around of the Old Town will enable travellers to learn more on an independent basis. Getting around Turin by public transport is easy as the city has a huge infrastructure including buses, trams, a metro, a cable car and trains. Visitors can also buy transport passes which offer interlinked public travel options at discounted costs.

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