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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 41 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Paris|
|Flights arrive in:||Milan|
|Airlines:||Aigle Azur, Ryanair, Iberia, Vueling, Air France, easyJet|
Flights from Milan to Paris depart from both major Parisian airports – Charles de Gaulle to the northeast of the city, and Orly to the south. Direct flights land around 90 minutes later at Malpensa, to the northwest of Milan, and Linate, to the east. As a result, travelers have a range of direct and indirect options to choose from. Airlines which service the route include Alitalia, Air France and easyJet, and flights depart as early as 5.30 a.m.
A fairly select group of airlines fly direct from Paris to Milan. They include flag carriers Alitalia and Air France, as well as Vueling and easyJet. EasyJet flies to both Milanese airports from Paris. Indirect airlines include KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss, and Air Brussels, and usually include a stopover in one of their respective hub cities.
Direct flights from Paris to Milan take around 1 hour 25 minutes. The fastest easyJet services from Orly to Linate take 80 minutes. Indirect flights can take much longer to reach Milan, but the fastest of them, usually via Luxemburg, can take as little as 2 hours 45 minutes.
Travelers can expect up to around 25 direct services during busy periods. EasyJet provides up to 11 direct flights daily. Dozens of indirect flights are available year-round, and need not take too long; there can be upwards of 70 one-stop flights which take under 7 hours to reach Milan.
Departure airports: Paris Charles de Gaulle is one of Europe’s biggest airports and offers an impressive range of modern facilities, from cash machines and free Wi-Fi to a choice of premium lounges. The airport can be reached via RER (line B) trains from the city center. Orly, to the south of Paris, can also be reached via the same train line. The ‘Orlyval’ shuttle connects the airport to the ‘Anthony’ RER station. Facilities at Orly include a health center, a range of restaurants and cafes, and free Wi-Fi throughout the terminals.
Arrival airports: Rome: Milan Malpensa, to the northwest of the city, is Milan’s biggest airport. It takes around 45 minutes to reach the city center by taxi or around 50 minutes to the Central Station by train. The Malpensa express departs every 30 minutes from terminal 1, with services running from around 6:30 a.m. Linate Airport is much closer to the city, which can be reached by bus. Bus lines 73 and X73 offer frequent (up to every 10 minutes) and relatively cheap options into Milan. Both Linate and Malpensa offer free Wi-Fi and a range of facilities, from duty-free shopping to handy on-site banks and pharmacies.