Flights to Italy
Flights to Italy from the UK
Which Italy airport do flights land in?
Italy is a popular travel destination with many airports. Three of the most used are Leonardo da Vinci Airport, 19 miles (30km) southwest of Rome, Venice Marco Polo Airport, 10 miles (16km) northeast of the Venice, and Milan Linate Airport, about four miles (7km) from the Milan city centre.
Are there direct flights between the UK and Italy?
There are frequent direct flights to Italy from many airports in the UK.
How long is the flight from the UK to Italy?
The flight from London to Italy takes between two and four hours.
What is the time difference between the UK and Italy?
London is one hour behind Italian time.
Which airlines fly to Italy from the UK?
Norwegian, British Airways, easyJet, Jet2, Monarch and Alitalia all fly direct to Rome from various locations in the UK including London, Bristol, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow. Ryanair flies to a number of destinations in Italy from all over the UK, including Venice, Milan and Pisa, and easyJet also offers a number of direct flights. British Airways flies direct to many major Italian cities, and other airlines that frequently fly between the UK and Italy include Monarch, Jet2 and Thomson Flights.
Flights to Italy from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Italy?
There are direct flights to Milan, Rome and Venice from the US.
How long is the flight from the US to Italy?
A direct flight from New York to Rome takes a minimum of eight hours.
What is the time difference between the US and Italy?
Rome is six hours ahead of New York time.
Which airlines fly to Italy from the US?
United, Iberia, Alitalia and Delta fly to Milan from New York. Alitalia also flies to Milan from Miami, and both Alitalia and Delta fly direct to Milan from Atlanta.
Iberia, Alitalia, Delta and United fly to Rome from New York. United flies to Rome from Washington. Alitalia flies to Rome from Chicago, Boston, Miami and Los Angeles. US Airways flies to Rome from Charlotte and Philadelphia. Delta flies to Rome from Atlanta.
Alitalia and Delta fly direct to Venice from New York.
Airports in Italy
The airport is located four miles (6km) northeast of Bologna's city centre. The drive takes 20 minutes.
The airport is situated four miles (7km) from downtown Milan.
The airport is located 28 miles (45km) north-west of Milan.
The airport is located five miles (8km) north of the city centre.
The airport is located one mile (2km) north-east of Pisa, and 50 miles (80km) west of Florence.
The airport is 19 miles (30km) southwest of central Rome.
The airport is located 5 miles (8km) north of Venice.
The airport is located six miles (9km) southwest of Verona.
The airport is situated nine miles (15km) southeast of Rome.
Sant Egidio, 12km from Perugia
10 miles (16km) north of Turin
The airport is located 2 miles (about 3km) southeast of the city of Olbia.
5 miles (8km) southeast of Rimini
The airport is located 3 miles (about 5km) southwest of the city of Catania.
The airport is located 4.6 miles (7.4km) west of Genoa.
Florence Peretola Airport is located three miles (5km) northwest of Florence.
The airport is located 7.5 miles (12km) from the Ancona city centre.
The airport is situated 22 miles (35km) west of Palermo.