|Distance||565 miles (911 km)|
|Average flight duration||1 h 45 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$29 (€24)|
|Airlines||Volotea, Ryanair, easyJet, Alitalia, Malta Air or Wizz Air|
Flights from Catania to Venice cover the 565 miles (911 km) long journey taking on average 1 h 45 min with our travel partners like Volotea, Ryanair, easyJet, Alitalia, Malta Air or Wizz Air. There are direct flight services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $29 (€24), you can find the cheapest plane ticket for as low as $6 (€5). Travelers depart most frequently from Catania Fontanarossa Airport and arrive in Venice Marco Polo Airport.
Travel from Catania to Venice from $6 (€5) with Omio’s flight partners Ryanair, Alitalia and Wizz Air! You can find the best schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the most popular journey for you.
Ryanair is one of the biggest and most popular low-cost airlines in Europe, headquartered in Ireland. Hopping on a plane and flying to popular European destinations quickly and affordably is made easy with Ryanair. This budget airline is known for operating direct flights to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to keep costs down. A Ryanair plane ticket between Catania and Venice includes allowance of one small personal bag; additional fees tend to apply for cabin baggage and checked baggage.
Ryanair's current ticket policies due to COVID-19 for your flight between Catania and Venice are the following:
Flights from Sicily’s second-largest city, Catania, to the capital of the Veneto region, Venice, are a quick and efficient way to visit these two Italian cities. Flights regularly depart throughout the day and only take a few hours to cover the 912 kilometers between the two locations. There are many options when it comes to flying this route, both direct and indirect.
Flights from Catania to Venice are served mostly by Alitalia, the Italian national airline. It travels at varying intervals of between two to three hours. The fastest route with Alitalia is direct and will take around one hour 40 minutes. Other carriers that offer direct services on this route are easyJet, Volotea, and Ryanair. Carriers that connect Catania to Venice with changes and stopovers include British Airways, AirMalta, and Air France. Every hour, each of these airlines provides multiple flight options.
Typical direct flights from Catania to Venice take approximately one hour 50 minutes. Indirect flights with stopovers can also be fairly quick, ranging from around three hours to almost seven hours with longer waits. It is important to note that some flights on this route can take as long as 10 hours with multiple changes.
In a single day, there can be as many as 50 flight departures from Catania to Venice. These flights are across many carriers and are both national and international. Every day there are around five direct flights between the two cities, departing from around 7.00 a.m. and right throughout the day until the late evening – usually with three flights in the morning, and two in the evening. Indirect flights with one stopover operate regularly throughout the day, from around 6.00 a.m. until very late into the evening.
Departure airport: All flights make their departures at the Catania Fontanarossa Airport (CTA). It is around seven kilometers from the city center, making travel to the airport very quick. There is an airport shuttle bus that runs every 25 minutes to the airport and takes around 15-20 minutes to reach its destination. Alternatively, passengers can use a taxi to reach the airport from the city center. Services in the airport include a post office, ATMs, currency exchange, and a business centre with lounge. The priority pass gives passengers access to free WiFi, lounges and free magazines and newspapers.
Arrival airport: Flights on this route land at Venice Marco Polo Airport. The airport is located 13 kilometers north of the city center. Buses, waterbuses, and water/land taxis provide means of public transportation from the airport into the city center. The bus from the airport to the city center will take 20 minutes to Piazza Roma, the central bus terminal in Venice. Airport services include bars, restaurants, passenger lounges, ATMs, car rental services, and free WiFi.
Omio travelers most frequently book a flight from Catania Fontanarossa Airport to Venice Marco Polo Airport for this route.
Passengers board their flight most frequently from Catania Fontanarossa Airport, which is located around 2.7 miles (4.3 km) away from the city center, and they get off the plane at Venice Marco Polo Airport, located 4.7 miles (7.5 km) away from the city center. You can check for taxi services, public transit options or airport shuttle services available from Venice Marco Polo Airport to take you to the city center of Venice.
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