Flights to Milan

How to find cheap flights to Milan

Finding fantastic deals and cheap flights to Milan is easier than ever. It’s hard to believe, but if you are flexible enough and ready to play with the dates, you can find round-trip flights for $70 - that’s less than ₪250! Remember, prices may be higher and change rapidly, depending on the season, the month, the day of your booking, seat availability and many other factors. The best thing to do when you see a good price - is to book it!

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Airports with direct flights to Milan

You can catch direct cheap flights to Milan from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv (TLV), and from Ovda Airport near Eilat (VDA).

What airlines fly to Milan from Israel?

EL AL is the only traditional airline flying to Milan, while easyJet and Ryanair operate low-cost flights. All three airlines fly from Ben Gurion Airport, Ryanair also flies from Ovda.

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Airports in Milan

Flights to Milan from Israel arrive in one of these two airports: Milan Malpensa (MXP) and Il Caravaggio International Airport (BGY).

Milan Malpensa: Flights to Milan from Tel Aviv operated by easyJet and EL AL arrive in Milan Malpensa, the largest airport in Milan metropolitan area and the second largest in Italy. It’s located 49 km northwest of Milan city center and has two terminals, 1 and 2. Terminal 2 serves easyJet flights exclusively, meaning EL AL flights arrive at Terminal 1. Getting to the city center is pretty easy with Malpensa Express train. A single fare costs €13, and you can buy a discounted return trip for €20 total online. Several trains and buses go to the city; the cost is €8 for a 50-minute ride or €14 for a round-trip ticket. The rate for a taxi ride is €90. Check the offers available on Skyscanner’s Car Rental.

Il Caravaggio International Airport: Cheap flights to Milan from both Tel Aviv and Ovda operated by Ryanair arrive here. The airport is located 3.7 kilometers southeast of Bergamo, 45 km northeast of Milan. There are several bus services to the city, as well as a bus to the train, which takes 10 minutes from the airport to the Bergamo train station. Alternatively, you can rent a car. Find the best deals here.

When to go to Milan?

If you are planning a trip in the winter, expect a lot of rain, gray sky, and cold temperatures, although it’s not as cold as in northern Europe. The summer months are warm and humid. The spring and fall are tricky; you can enjoy a fantastic day in the sun, which may change in minutes to a cloudy day that will leave you wet. The best season to visit Milan is the Spring when the weather is more stable with 18-24 degrees.

What to see and do in Milan?

When you think of Milan, you think of Armani, Versace, Prada, and Gucci, but the city has a lot more to offer. Canal-side cafes, old-fashioned ice cream parlors, and parks are perfect activities for the warm Italian days. You can go to one of the local flea markets or relax in a beautiful piazza, with a coffee and cake, yes; you’ll start another diet when you get back home.

For those who are eager for culture and art, you can visit the theatre and opera. Don’t skip the magnificent gothic Duomo di Milano which is lit up at dusk. There are countless delicious dining options, from traditional Italian restaurants to incredible pizzas, but before you stuff your belly go for an aperitivo in a chic bar.

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This information is correct as of September 2017

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Frequently asked questions

There are 3 airports in Milan: Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate.
Gulf Air, SkyUp Airlines, Oman Air, Nouvelair, GOL Linhas Aéreas, Norwegian, BA Cityflyer and Azul Airlines all fly non-stop to Milan.
The cheapest month to fly to Milan is March.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.