Italy Flights

flights to italy


You can now fly to well over 30 airports in Italy. Low-cost airlines EasyJet and Ryanair both offer a wide choice of destinations throughout the country. You will also find a choice of routes with budget airlines like bmi and The number of flights peaks in the summer, when seasonal routes operate to all the main Italian holiday regions. The winter season sees flights to key ski holiday airports like Turin. There are daily departures all year round to the major cities. The widest choice of routes is available from London but you should also find low-cost and budget options from regional UK airports. The most popular Italian destinations are listed below. See the individual destination page for more details of airlines, routes, UK departure airports and airport transport.

Alghero Airport (AHO)

The most important entry point for the northern part of the island of Sardinia. UK visitors head on to popular resorts on the Costa Esmeralda. The romantic walled harbour town of Alghero is just 8km from the airportl.

Ancona Airport (AOI)

Convenient entry point for beach holiday resorts on the Adriatic coast of Italy stretching north towards Pesaro and south towards Pescara. Also well placed for the fascinating Le Marche region of Italy.

Bari Airport (BRI)

Convenient entry point for the south of Italy.

Bologna Airport (BLQ)

The airport is just 6km from the city

Brindisi Airport (BDS)

A convenient entry point for resorts in southeast Italy. Brindisi is also well placed for the beautiful Puglia region. The harbor town of Brindisi is just 8km from the terminal.

Cagliari Airport (CAG)

One of three airports on the island of Sardinia. Cagliari is particularly well placed for resorts in the south of the island.

Catania Airport (CTA)

The busiest airport in Sicily. The airport is located on the east coast of the island.

Genoa Airport (GOA)

Gateway to a beautifully evocative city in northwest Italy.

Lamezia Airport (SUF)

Convenient gateway to the Calabria region, in the far south of Italy.

Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY)

The busiest airport in Milan. 45km from the city centre.

Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP)

The largest airport in Milan. 45km from the city centre. Excellent train and bus connections to Milan.

Milan Linate Airport (LIN)

The closest airport to Milan, just 8km from the city centre. The onward bus journey takes 20 minutes.

Naples Airport (NAP)

The excitement and atmosphere of Naples and the amazing ruins of Pompei are a short transfer from the airport. Also well placed for the beaches of the Neapolitan Riviera and the islands of Ischia, Capri and Procida.

Palermo Airport (PMO)

The most important airport in Sicily. The main entry point for holidaymakers heading for resorts like Taormina, Cefalu, Mazzaro and Giardini Naxos.

Parma Airport (PMF)

Gateway to a region known for its attractive towns, beautiful countryside and fine food. Welled placed for touring cities like Modena, Bologna and Ravenna. Also a useful entry point for beach resorts like Rimini, Cattolica, Cesena and Tredozio.

Pescara Airport (PSR)

Gateway to Abruzzo: a scenic region with dramatic mountain landscapes, superb national parks, medieval castles and fine food. The airport is also well placed for beach resorts on the Adriatic coast, stretching north from Pescara towards Ancona..

Perugia Airport (PEG)

Perfectly placed for Umbria, a gorgeous region often overlooked in the rush to neighbouring Tuscany. Ideal entry point for tours of wonderful medieval towns like Orvieto and Todi.

Pisa Airport (PSA)

Jjust 1km from the centre of Pisa. Convenient gateway to Tuscany and beach resorts to the north of Pisa. It is easy to reach the city of Florence on public transport.

Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA)

15km from the city centre

Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

The main airport serving Rome. The airport is 35km from Rome and has excellent train connections with the city centre.

Trapani Airport (TPS)

The third busiest airport in Sicily. The airport is located on the island’s westernmost tip. There is a ferry service from here to Tunisia.

Trieste Airport (TRS)

Gateway to Friuli Venezia Giulia: an appealing region of northern Italy that combines beach holiday resorts and rustic countryside. Also well placed for beach resorts on the Upper Adriatic like Grado and Lignano Good onward connections with Slovenia and Croatia. Winter flights are useful for accessing the little-known ski resorts of the eastern Alps.

Turin Airport (TRN)

16km from the centre of Turin. Convenient gateway to the beautiful Piedmont region of northern Italy, known for its lakes and mountains. Winter flights are popular with ski fans heading for top Italian ski resorts.

Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE)

Just 8km from the centre of Venice

Venice Treviso Airport (TSF)

40km from Venice.

Verona Valerio Catullo Airport (VRN)

12 km from Verona.

Brescia Airport (RMI)

Sometimes advertised as Verona Brescia Airport. 12km from Brescia and 40km from Verona.

Alghero Ancona
Bari Bologna
Brindisi Cagliari
Catania Genoa
Lamezia Milan
Naples Palermo
Parma Perugia
Pescara Pisa
Rimini Rome
Trapani Trieste
Turin Venice