Every flight search should include two airports: Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso. Marco Polo is much closer to the city centre. Venice Treviso is used by Ryanair and often has the cheapest flights. Both airports are also well placed for beach resorts on the Venetian Riviera like Lido de Jesolo.
Venice is exceptionally well served from the UK, with budget, charter, scheduled and low-cost airlines all offering flights. Recent years have seen economical direct flights with EasyJet, Ryanair, and Jet2.com. You should also find well-priced flights with British Airways from Gatwick and Heathrow. The summer season sees charter flights with Thomson. You will also find good-value fares with Monarch.
Just 8km from the centre of Venice. Economical direct flights with low-cost airline EasyJet. Year-round direct flights London Gatwick. EasyJet also operate seasonal routes from Manchester and Southend, both usually beginning in February and ending in October. Jet2.com operates routes from Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle. Also seasonal, usually starting in March and ending in October or November. Well-priced flights with British Airways from Gatwick and Heathrow.
The summer season sees charter flights with UK tour operator Thomson. These usually begin in May and end in September. Flights depart from Gatwick and Manchester. Also find well-priced flights with Monarch from Manchester, Birmingham and Gatwick.
Venice Treviso is 40km from Venice. Ryanair flights link with an economical bus service from the airport to the centre of Venice. Ryanair currently operate routes from London Stansted, Bristol, East Midlands and Leeds Bradford. Fares are consistently among the very cheapest to Italy from the UK..
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