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When we hear about this country we think of so many things that one cannot describe Italy in one simple phrase...

If you decide to visit this country, then you will have to spend at least 2-3 weeks to see the top attractions that its most important regions have to offer... Otherwise if you are an adventurer and can afford a longer trip, then we recommend you to stay for a month and look around well.

The north is more prosperous than the south and has the best road, rail and airline connections. It is also considered to be safer and is more often visited by travelers. However, Italy is worth seeing thoroughly everywhere. If you can travel in a small group of friends, then it would be a great idea to see mainland Italy and also see Sardinia and Sicily its biggest islands. Of course, not every traveler has the time and money for all...

As for air travel possibilities, cheap flights search to-, from- and within Italy, check this section!

 

Domestic flights

Excellent possibilities through well developed airports between the big cities and the bigger islands

 

International flights

Excellently well connected to most of Europe's big cities. Not only through Rome, the capital, but also the other big cities: Milano/Milan, Torino/Turin, Venice, Firenze/Florence, Nápoli/Naples, Bologna, etc.

Low cost airline flights are plentiful and indigenous carriers, such as the national airline Alitalia offer very good connections even to distant continents like Asia and South America.

 

Airlines serving Italy

 

Air Dolomiti

Regional airline operating from the hubs: Verona Airport and Friuli Venezia Giuglia Airport.

Might be a great idea to check them out if you are travelling in the northeastern extremities of Italy.

Air Dolomiti flies to 21 destinations located in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France and Austria.

The company is owned by Lufthansa.

 

Air Italy

Air Italy is a small airline with hubs at Naples, Milano and Verona .

Flies to Europe, several African countries, South America, Asia and of course also operates internal routes in Italy.

Has a small fleet, but a large number of destinations.

 

Alitalia

Alitalia is Italy's flag carrier. It reaches 37 countries: 25 domestic and 48 international destinations are served.

It can be a good solution for you if you are travelling to Italy from a major European capital or main European airline hub or form any other location where Alitalia flies.

This airline, except Europe also flies to: Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, Tunisia, Ghana, Canada, the USA, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Japan.

  

Air One

Air One is a subsidiary or Alitalia and serves approximately 3 dozen destinations (as of late 2009).

Their number will rise as the fleet is expected to double in size in the coming years.

 

Meridiana

Meridiana is a small Italian airline operating flight within Italy and to European destinations, New York, Tel Aviv, Malé, Colombo, Mombasa, Dakar, Mahé, Sharm el-Sheikh, Cairo, it also flies within Italy (Ancona, Bari, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Firenze/Florence, Lampedusa, Milano/Milan, Nápoli/Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Pantelleria, Pisa, Roma/Rome, Trapani, Torino/Turin, Venezia/Venice, Verona).

 

Neos

Airline owned by TUI and based in Milano.

Flies to Portugal, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Cape Verde, Egypt, Kenya, Madagascar, Tanzania, Brazil, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Mexico, the Dominican Republic.

 

On Air

Small carrier based in Pescara operating to several locations within Europe.

 

WindJet

WindJet is a scheduled and charter flight -operating airline in Catania, Sicily.

It can be a good choice when flying to or from Sicily.

WindJet operates to Israel, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Malta, Poland, Spain the Netherlands, the UK, etc. and also flies to cities within Italy.

  

Various other carriers

Any serious European airline flies to at least 1 Italian city. Our advice is not to look for a list of airline that fly to Italy, but select airlines that you consider good and check out where they fly to. Italy attracts many visitors and therefore it's needless for us to present the long list of important carriers that operate to this country.

Try the European low cost airlines and the flag carriers and you will be able to make a good choice.

  

Destinations, major airports in Italy

 

Here are Italy's main airports...

 

Ancona Airport

Aosta Airport/Corrado Gex Airport

Bari "Karol Wojtyła" International Airport

Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport

Bolzano Airport

Brescia Airport

Brindisi Papola Casale Airport

Cagliari-Elmas Airport

Catania-Vincenzo Bellini Airport/Catania-Fontanarossa Airport

Falconara Airport

Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport

Milano/Milan Malpensa Airport

Milano/Milan Orio al Serio International Airport

Nápoli/Naples International Airport

Parma Airport

Pescara Abruzzo Airport

Pisa Galileo Galilei International Airport

Roma/Rome Ciampino Airport

Roma/Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport

Rome Viterbo Airport

Salerno Costa d'Amalfi Airport

Siena-Ampugnano Airport

Torino/Turin-Aeritalia "Edoardo Agnelli" Airport

Torino/Turin Caselle Airport

Treviso Sant'Angelo Airport

Trieste Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport

Venezia/Venice Marco Polo Airport

Verona Valerio Catullo Villafranca Airport

 

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