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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
6 hours 51 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Milan|
|Flights arrive in:||Lisbon|
|Airlines:||Blue Air, Eurowings, Ryanair, Iberia, TAP Portugal, Vueling, Tunis Air, British Airways, easyJet|
Hundreds of daily departures from Milan airports to Lisbon are planned. The direct flights for the Milan-Lisbon route take off exclusively from the airports of Orio Al Serio and Malpensa, and are operated by both traditional and low cost airlines. While from Linate depart in general the flights offered by Brussels Airlines with change in Brussels, or those of Iberia that stop in Madrid. The first direct flight departs around 6:00, the last around 20:15.
Milan-Lisbon flights, direct or with an intermediate stopover, are operated by the main national airlines including Tap Portugal, KLM, Iberia and AirFrance, as well as by low cost Ryanair, Vueling and easyJet. The latter guarantees a direct flight to the Milan-Lisbon route every day of the week, mostly in the morning.
The direct flights for the Milan-Lisbon route have a duration of about 2 hours and 50 minutes. Those with an intermediate stopover take a minimum of 4 hours to reach their destination. The direct flight by easyJet lasts about 2 hours and 50 minutes. In case of change, the trip can be up to 6 or 7 hours in total.
Every day there are between 5 and 7 direct flights on the Milan-Lisbon route. The most frequent days are Tuesdays and Sundays, when there are 7 direct flights. If you include those with at least one change, the offer exceeds 200 daily flights.
Malpensa airport: about 50 km from the center of Milan, is connected to the central station by the shuttle Malpensa Express.
Orio Al Serio airport: just over 50 km from Milan, is connected to the city center by shuttles Orio Shuttle.
Linate airport: is only 7 km from the city centre and can be reached on board the Starfly shuttles.
Lisbon Airport: is about 7 km from Plaza do Comércio, Lisbon's main square, and is connected to the city centre by the AeroBus shuttle service. Alternatively, there is a metro stop: the red line leads to the city center. The airport is equipped with ATMs, sockets for recharging electrical devices and a Wi-Fi network.