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Flights from the UK to Italy

Do you want to find flights to Italy from an airport near you? On this page we provide a list of UK airports, and every Italian destination you can reach from each UK departure airport. Budget airlines are included, but Italy's troubled national airline Alitalia, beset by strikes and financial uncertainty, is not. We have done our best to produce an up-to-date and comprehensive list, but airline schedules change very frequently - the latest timetables will be available on their own websites.

Most regional airports - including those not listed here, for example Norwich and Southampton Airports - have a few charter flights to Italy. These are flights operated by holiday firms and generally booked as part of a package holiday. Sometimes it is possible to book a flight-only deal by contacting the holiday firm concerned. In the winter, charter flights are generally to ski destinations - northern cities such as Turin - and in the summer to Sardinia (Olbia), Naples (for Sorrento) and Verona (for Lake Garda). We have only occasionaly indicated the existence of charter flights in our list below, as they are infrequent. Check the website for your local airport if you wish to find the latest details of charter flights and packages from that airport.

> General advice on flying to Italy
> Italian airports - a comprehensive listing of airports with suggested holiday destinations


UK AIRPORT

ITALIAN AIRPORT DESTINATION

AIRLINE OPERATING FLIGHTS (plus additional notes)

Belfast International (BFS)

Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Aer Lingus (3 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Jet2.com (1 - 2 flights per week, May - September only)


Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

Aer Lingus (4 flights per week)

Birmingham International (BHX)

Bologna (BLQ)

Ryanair (2 flights per week)


Cuneo (CUF)

Ryanair (new ski route for winter 2008/2009; once weekly)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

bmibaby (1 flight per week, only until March 2009)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Flybe (up to 12 flights per week)


Olbia (OLB)

Ryanair (from Spring 2009)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Trapani (TPS)

Ryanair (from Spring 2009)


Trieste (TRS)

Ryanair (from Spring 2009)


Verona Brescia (VBS)

bmibaby(once weekly)

Bournemouth Airport (BOH)

Brescia (VBS)

Palmair (weekly charter flights May-October 2009; for Lake Garda holidays)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Naples (NAP)

Palmair (weekly charter flights May-October 2009; for Sorrento holidays)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (from Spring 2009)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair

Bristol International Airport (BRS)

Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (daily flights)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Easyjet (daily flights)


Naples (NAP)

Summer charter flights


Pisa (PSA)

Easyjet (2 flights per week)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Easyjet (4 flights per week)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair
Also winter charter flights


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)

Easyjet (2 flights per week)


Verona (VRN)

Occasional charter flights

Doncaster Robin Hood Airport (DSA)

Turin

Weekly charter flights (winter)

East Midlands Airport (EMA)

Alghero (AHO)

Ryanair (Spring/Summer 2009)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (4 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Ryanair (7 flights per week)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair (weekly flights)


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)

Easyjet (up to 7 flights per week)

Edinburgh Airport (EDI)

Bologna

Ryanair(from 31 March 2009)


Cagliari (CAG)

Ryanair(from 31 March 2009)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Easyjet (5 flights per week)


Olbia (OLB)

Jet2.com (1 flight per week, May - September 2009)


Pisa (PSA)

Jet2.com (up to 2 flights per week, May - October 2009)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)

Jet2.com (1 weekly flight, May - October)

Exeter International Airport (EXT)

Various

Summer charter flights to various Italian destinations (check airport website for information)

Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK)

Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (2 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (2 flights per week)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair

Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA)

Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Jet2.com (4 flights per week, March - October)


Olbia (OLB)

Jet2.com (1 flight per week, April to September)


Pisa (PSA)

Jet2.com (1 - 5 flights per week, March - October)


Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

Jet2.com (1 - 4 flights per week, March - October)


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)

Jet2.com (up to 4 flights per week, March - October)


Verona

Summer charter flights

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL)

Alghero (AHO)

Ryanair (2 flights per week, summer season, April to October)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (up to 3 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (1 weekly flight)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Ryanair (1 -2 flights per week)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair (1 flight per week)


Venice Treviso (TSF)

Ryanair (1 - 2 flights per week)

London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

Alghero (AHO)

Thomson (1 flight per week May - September)


Bari (BRI)

British Airways (2 - 3 flights per week May - November)


Bologna (BLQ)

British Airways (several flights per day)


Cagliari (CAG)

British Airways (several flights per week, March - November)


Catania (CTA)

British Airways (several flights per week)

Air Malta (several flights per week)

Thomson (1 flight per week May - October)


Florence Amerigo Vespucci (FLR)

Meridiana (2 flights per day)


Milan Linate (LIN)

Easyjet (daily flights)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

Easyjet (several flights per day)


Naples (NAP)

British Airways (up to 3 flights per day)

Thomson (up to 3 flights weekly, March - October)


Olbia (OLB)

Thomas Cook Airlines

Thomson (1 flight weekly, May - October)


Pisa (PSA)

British Airways (2-3 flights per day)

Easyjet (daily flights)

Thomson (1 flight per week, May - October)


Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

British Airways (2-3 flights per day)

Easyjet (2 flights per day)


Turin (TRN)

British Airways (2 flights per day)


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)

British Airways (several flights per day)

Easyjet (2 flights daily)

Thomson (1 flight weekly on a Friday, May - September)


Verona (VRN)

British Airways (1 or 2 flights per day)

Thomson (Wednesday and Saturday departures, May - September)

Thomas Cook (Wednesday and Saturday departures, May - September)

London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

Milan Linate (LIN)

British Airways (several flights per day)

Alitalia (several flights per day)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

British Airways (several flights per day)


Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

Alitalia (several flights per day)

British Airways (several flights per day)


Venice (VCE)

British Airways (daily flights)

Bmi (daily flights)

London Luton Airport (LTN)

Cagliari (CAG)

Easyjet (3 flights per week)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (4 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Easyjet (daily flights from 29 March 2009)


Trapani (TPS)

Ryanair (2 - 3 flights per week)


Turin

Easyjet (3 flights per week)

London Stansted (STN)

Algero (AHO)

Ryanair (between 3 and 7 flights per week)


Ancona (AOI)

Ryanair (between 4 and 7 flights per week)


Bari (BRI)

Ryanair (3 to 7 flights weekly)


Bologna (BLQ)

Ryanair (3 to 7 flights weekly)


Brindisi (BDS)

Ryanair (3 to 7 flights weekly)


Cuneo (CUF)

Ryanair (winter flights)


Genoa (GOA)

Ryanair (from 2 to 7 flights per week)


Lamezia (SUF)

Ryanair (up to 5 flights per week)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (up to 3 flights daily)


Naples (NAP)

Easyjet (2 flights per day)


Palermo (PMO)

Ryanair (1 to 2 flights per day)


Parma (PMF)

Ryanair (2 to 4 flights per week)


Perugia (PEG)

Ryanair (between 3 and 5 flights per week)


Pescara (PSR)

Ryanair (between3 and 7 flights per week)


Pisa (PSA)

Ryanair (2 or 3 flights each day)


Rimini (RMI)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Ryanair (up to 4 flights each day


Trieste (TRS)

Ryanair (daily flights)


Turin (TRN)

Ryanair (4 to 7 flights weekly)


Venice Treviso (TSF)

Ryanair (2-3 flights per day)


Verona Brescia (VBS)

Ryanair (4 to 7 flights per week)

Manchester Airport (MAN)

Brescia

BMI, Thomas Cook (charter flights only) also charters to Catania, Naples, Olbia, Rimini, Rome, Turin, Venice, Verona


Cagliari (CAG)

Ryanair (from April 2009, 2 flights per week)


Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair (3 flights per week)


Milan Malpensa (MXP)

British Airways / Flybe (daily flights)


Naples (NAP)

Thomson (1 to 3 flights weekly)


Olbia (OLB)

Jet2.com (summer season, weekly flights)


Pisa (PSA)

Jet2.com (May - October 2009; between 2 and 4 flights per week)


Rome Fiumicino (FCO)

Jet2.com (between 1 and 5 flights per week)

Newcastle Airport (NCL)

Pisa (PSA)

Jet2.com (1 or 2 flights each weekend, May - November)


Rome Ciampino (CIA)

Easyjet (several flights a week)




On this site

Budget flights & tips


Useful links

Italy hotels (Venere)


Airline websites

British Airways

bmi flights

Easyjet

Ryanair

Aer Lingus

Palmair (flights from Bournemouth)

Jet2.com

Meridiana

Air Malta

Monarch Airlines (some scheduled, some charter flights)

Thomson Flights

Thomas Cook


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