Cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan
Flight information Tel Aviv to Milan
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2663 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
EL AL Israel Airlines
Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo and Milan Linate
Frequently asked questions
All you need to know about flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Milan Malpensa MXP, Milan Bergamo BGY, and Milan Linate LIN
Airlines that fly from Tel Aviv to Milan
Three airlines offer direct flights from Tel Aviv to Milan: easyJet and Ryanair offer low-cost flights, full-service flights are operated by EL AL. Connecting flights with convenient stopovers are done by several airlines. EL AL and easyJet fly from Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Milan Malpensa Airport MXP. Ryanair arrives at Milan Bergamo BGY. During the summer season, charter flights al also available.
Terminal Information - Departing
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV has two terminals: Terminal 3 and Terminal 1. EL AL flights depart from Terminal 3. The train station is located outside the terminal on level -1. After completing the check-in and security procedures, you can enter the Duty-Free area where you can find a large variety of stores, with everything from electronics to clothing and shoes, bags and watches, candy and even hummus. Special offers are always available on electronics and gadgets as part of the $200 tax-free sales. Several restaurants and cafes offer local and international menus where you can satisfy your cravings, or relax at the Dan Lounge. Elite members of EL AL Matmid Club can visit King David Lounge.
EasyJet and Ryanair offer cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan, and they depart from Terminal 1. If you arrive by train, take the free shuttle from Terminal 3, it departs every 15-20 minutes, and the ride is approximately 15 minutes. The terminal has a smaller Duty-Free, but you can still find there everything. There are also fewer food options, but you can still enjoy a sandwich or a hot dog. Both terminals have free Wifi service for the whole duration of your stay, and you can stay connected before you depart from Tel Aviv to Milan.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Milan Malpensa MXP: This is the largest airport in the 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. If you fly with any other carriers - you will arrive in Terminal 1. Getting to the city center is pretty easy with Malpensa Express train - TRENORD. The rate is €13 for one way, and you can buy a discounted return-trip for €20 online. There are several trains and buses which cost €8 for a 50-minute ride, or €14 for a round-trip ticket. The rate for a taxi ride is €95.
Milan Bergamo BGY: Officially called Orio al Serio International Airport or Il Caravaggio International Airport, this is the third busiest international airport in Italy. The airport is located 3.7 km southeast of Bergamo and 45 km northeast of Milan. Direct cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan operated by Ryanair arrive here. ATB bus service will bring you to Bergamo train station in just 10 minutes. Direct services to Milan Central Station are offered by Orio Shuttle (€4) and Autostradale (€5). Radiotaxi is the authorized company.
Milan Linate LIN: The secondary airport of Milan is located approximately 10 km from the city center, but there are no direct flights from Tel Aviv to Milan Linate. You will arrive here only if you fly via a stopover.
Things you should know
When you arrive in Italy after Tel Aviv Milan flights, your passport must be valid for at 90 days after you plan to leave the country. If your passport is not valid, you can issue a new one at Ben Gurion Airport for a rather high fee. EU citizens and non-EU passengers split into separate lines at immigration. As an Israeli resident, you are allowed to stay in the Schengen area no more than a total of 90 days in half a year.
Useful Information about Milan - מילאנו
The cost of living in Milan is almost the same as in Tel Aviv. While you will pay almost 10% more for a three-course meal for two in Milan, a cup of good Italian coffee is over 45% cheaper compared to Tel Aviv. Beers are also cheaper by 20%-30%. Milan is considered to be the world’s fashion capital, so if you are a woman - you’ll be happy to hear that a summer dress is considerably cheaper than in Tel Aviv, but if you are a man, you will pay 22% more for a pair of leather business shoes.
Food, fashion, culture, here are several recommendations for “must visit” spots in Milan: Milan Cathedral, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Castello Sforzesco, Sant Ambrogio, and Piazza del Duo. Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology is also a must, as well as Milan Archaeology Museum. Other points of interest that worth your time: La Scala Opera, AC Milan San Siro Stadium, Parco Sempione, and the Naviglio Grande.
How to find cheap flights to Milan
Searching cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan? Be flexible and instead of typing in specific dates, search “whole month.” It’s hard to believe, but sometimes you can find low bargain prices and great deals on Tel Aviv Milan flights - less than $100 (around ₪360) round-trip.
The best time to book cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan is 11 or 14 weeks before your desired trip. The cheapest months to find great Tel Aviv Milan flight deals are February and December - 36% cheaper compared to the average price. Set up Price Alerts, and we’ll send you a note when the price changes. Just remember, prices may also rise, so if you saw cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Milan - book it!
This information is correct as of April 2018
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.