Italy has a great deal to attract the international visitor flying to Europe - sunny weather, world-renowned art and architecture, delicious cuisine, great shopping, and streets that brim with thousands of years of history. Peak season is from late spring to early autumn; however, this is also the most expensive time to visit. Due to many different low-cost airlines flying within Italy or from other European countries is relatively cheap, meaning that skiing in the Italian Alps followed by eating pizza in Naples has never been easier!
Aeroporti di Roma Fiumicino
|Address: Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino, |
00054 Fiumicino RM, Italy
|Amenities:Shops + restaurants,
assistance for those with reduced mobility,
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,
|Amenities: Shops + Restaurants,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
|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,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
|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.|
Italy is one of the most popular destinations in Europe, not just for non-European but for Europeans too. Due to this popularity, there are hundreds of flights a day leaving from all over Europe a day flying to all parts of Italy. Many of these routes are run by Italy's main airlines Atalia but low cost airlines such as Ryanair and easyJet provide cheap flights to Italy from countries including United Kingdom, Italy, and France.
Most flights coming to Italy from outside Europe will fly into Rome airport with a few direct flights to Milan and Venice. All major cities in Italy have an airport serving them so it is easy to fly between cities such as Florence and Naples both from within Italy and from other countries within Europe. Most low-cost airlines including Ryanair and easyJet fly to most destinations in ITaly but they often use smaller airports to ensure that tickets stay cheap.
Atalia:The national airline of Italy, Alitalia was founded on the 12th March 1999. Alitalia's main hub can found at Leonardo da Vinci-Flumicino Airport, in Rome where the airline is also headquartered. The airline is now a part of the UAE based Etihad Airways that took a 49 percent stake in Alitalia starting on 1st January 2015.
United:United Airlines is the world's largest airline by number of destinations offered. United Airlines offers flights to numerous European destinations including Amsterdam, Milan, Belfast, Berlin, Brussels, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Hamburg, Lisbon, London, Rome, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris and Zurich.
Delta :Delta offers flights to 64 countries on 6 continents. Delta offers intercontinental flights to most countries in Western Europe including Ireland, Portugal, France, Italy, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
America Airlines: : American Airlines is one of the world's largest airlines which operates intercontinental flights to destinations around the world. American airlines offers intercontinental flights to European cities including Paris, Athens, Dublin, Amsterdam, Rome, Milan, Venice, Frankfurt and London.
Once you're in Europe getting cheap flights to or from Italy are easy thanks to the multiple low-cost airlines in Europe. Below is a selection of the main airlines that will help you get to your destination cheaply.
About Ryanair: Ryanair is one of Europe's biggest low-cost airlines. Founded in Ireland in 1984, Ryanair has grown from strength to strength and now operates in over 30 countries in Europe and Northern Africa as well as flying in and out of 180 airports. Italy is one of Ryanair's most popular destinations so has multiple flights from all over Europe to Italy
About easyJet: easyJet is now the second largest low-cost carrier in Europe, behind Ryanair. The company considers itself a pioneer in online booking for travel. Initially, easyJet bookings could only be completed over the phone, but in 1997 easyJet launched a website for direct easyJet bookings.