The best way to find a cheap flight ticket from Catania to Milan is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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Of the 5 flights that leave Catania for Milan every day 5 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||627 miles (1011 km)|
|Average flight duration||1 h 50 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$134 (€121)|
|Airlines||Aeroitalia, Neos Air, Air Malta, Air Baltic, Eurowings, Wizz Air, air leisure, easyJet, airmax, Volotea, ITA, Ryanair, Malta Air or KLM|
Flights from Catania to Milan cover the 627 miles (1011 km) long route taking on average 1 h 50 min with our travel partners like Aeroitalia, Neos Air, Air Malta, Air Baltic, Eurowings, Wizz Air, air leisure, easyJet, airmax, Volotea, ITA, Ryanair, Malta Air or KLM. There are direct flight services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around $134 (€121), you can find the cheapest plane ticket for as low as $124 (€112). Travelers depart most frequently from Catania Fontanarossa Airport and arrive in Milan Malpensa Airport.
Flights between Catania and Milan are frequent and daily. Many airlines operate along this route, including, but not limited to, Ryanair, Easyjet, Meridiana, Alitalia, and Eurowings. These airlines mostly fly direct between the two Italian cities, although there are a few indirect routes each day. The journey takes between 1 hour and 50 minutes and 5 hours and 10 minutes.
Ryanair, Easyjet, Meridiana, Alitalia, and Eurowings tend to have the fastest flights between Catania and Milan. Ryanair, Alitalia, and Easyjet offer the fastest flights overall.
Passengers can expect flying from Catania to Milan to take 1 hour and 50 minutes to 5 hours and 10 minutes. The last few flights in this window are indirect and include a short stopover in Dusseldorf, Stuttgart or Istanbul. The fastest flights are direct and are usually run by budget operators Ryanair and Easyjet, and national carrier of Italy, Alitalia.
There are typically between 15 and 20 flights to Milan with a flight time of 1 hour and 50 minutes to 5 hours and 10 minutes. Saturdays tend to offer the most frequent flights, followed by Sundays and weekdays. Flights are scheduled to begin at 6:25 a.m. with Alitalia. The last flight of the day varies across weekdays and weekends, with the last departure on weekdays scheduled at 8:05 p.m. with Meridiana, and on weekends at 9:45 p.m. with Ryanair.
Departure airport: Flights depart Catania from Catania Fontanarossa Airport. Reaching Catania Fontanarossa Airport from central Catania is only possible via the dedicated Airport shuttle bus, which takes 20 minutes. The airport itself is quite small but has a small selection of food and drink options for passengers.
Arrival airport: Flights arrive in Milan at either Milan Malpensa Airport or Milan Linate Airport. Malpensa is Milan's biggest airport and is connected to the city via a train right at the airport. Milan Linate is 55 to 70 minutes away from central Milan via train, and both airports have free WiFi, shops, and restaurants for passengers enjoyment.
Flights from Catania to Milan generally leave from Catania Fontanarossa Airport and arrive in Milan Malpensa Airport.
Catania Fontanarossa Airport is 8.9 km away from Catania city centre and Milan Malpensa Airport is 47.9 km from Milan city centre.
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